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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 S tJattforb tpnbicuFine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year I VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KJ FRIDAY JUNE 15 1906 No 48 DEM PRIMARY CULLED Beckham Dictates Action of the Committee I Regular Election Day November Time FixedState Tick I6th et to be Nominated There was no obstruction in the pathway of the machine and the Democratic Executive Committee which is controlled absolutely by Gov Bcckham which was in session but a few minutes yesterday after noon when it adopted a resolution calling a primary for November 6 election day to nominate a candi date for United States Senator and candidates for State offices The resolution which was offered by W A Lee the member from the Seventh districtand seconded by Col Biscoc Hindman the member fromI dthe Fifth district was adopted with out a disentlng vote although Judge K B Bradley the member from the Second district refrained from vot ing It was apparent to all that Gov Ijcckhnm anti the machine were in absolute control and the action of the committee created no sur prise it having been predicted inI I The Herald several weeks ago During the day however there were several surprises the chief of which was the action of the Second Railroad district in postponing any action looking toward a nomination for Railroad Commissioner until after the State primary isheld This was a decided victory for Represen tative Thomas Drewry of Louisville who Is a candidate for the nomination Mr Drcvvry urged the cum mittee to call a convention and he was aupportedrby hi i manager Col Yli Maldeman editor of the LouJU iaville Times While it is not posi= lively known what action the com V mitts will take it is generally be lived that a convention will be held in the early spring Another surprise of the day one that shocked the Louisville machine j was the announcement made by J Morgan Chinn of Mercer county I present Clerk of the Court of Ap pcales that he would be a candidate for Secretary of State Until yesterday Hubert Vreeland was the only announcedcandidate for this office and was thought to have the support of the State administration Now however it is the opinion of well posted politicians that Gov Beckham has severed for good all relation with tho Louisville organ ization and will support the candi dacy of Chinn This is taken as an other sign that the Louisville organ ization will support Senator Mc Creary in his fight against Gov Beckham MACHINE SLATE i For United States SenatorJ C W Beckham of Nelson county For GovernorS W Hager of Boyd county For Lieut GovW J Gooch of Simpson county or Laban Phelps LouisvilleFor Henry B Hines of Warren county For Attornoy GeneralLilliard Carter of Anderson county For TreasurerJune Gayle of Owen county For Secretary of StateJ Morgan Chinn of Mercer county For Commissioner of Agriculture R C Crenshaw of Christian county AppealsSamuelyor John B Brasher of Hopkins county Wednesdays Louisville Herald Attiitfon Former Citizens of Hopkins County The citizehs of Hopkins county are preparing a celebration in hon or of the former residents and their descendants and request the honor and pleasure of your presence at 40ar Old Kentucky Home on June 20 and 21 1906 Come revisit old scenes renew old ties mingle with your kith and kin and partake of the good things provided for your entertainment at Earlington June 20 and at Madreonville June 21 Executive Committee By C C GIVENS Chrmn FRANK D HASH Seay Teacher Wanted- A vacancy in the position of teach er of Primary Department in Hart ford College will be filled Monday evening June 18th Applications should he filed with the board on or before that day By order of the board J S GLENN Chmn C M CEOWE Sec IN GREEN RIVER Was Roy CoW Drowned Last Sunday Afternoon While Bathing Robbert Cobb aged 14 years son of Mr and Mrs Henry Cobb of Webster county was drowned in Green river at Wrishtsburg at 2 oclockon Sunday afternoon The Cobb boy with several other boys had gone to the river for the purpose of bathing After young Cobb had prepared himself to go into the river he walked down to the waters edge andXturning himself around backed into the water saying he was going to baptize himself The banks arc very steep at that place and hb soon backed into very deep water and went down and was not seen any more by any of the crowdwith him Mr and Mrs Cobb are among the best and most influential people of Webster and are almost stricken with grief It is thought by some people as there is a great deal of drift and brush on the bottom of the river at Wrichtoburg that the boy caught under a bush under the water which was the cause of him not com lag up afterhi ttiVfl6wnthelffifSt time New Military Company Hartford can now boast of a company of State Guards Monday night fifty young men were mustered into service by Cap tian Richard McCracken of Greenville They will be united to the 3rd Kentucky Infantry The enter prise met with opposition from the beginning but the persistent efforts of those promoting it have met with success The company is sure to take high rank in the service for it is composed of a most excellent class of young men- The county should take sincere pride in t ranization for from every f it is highly com mendaThe fo arc the commissioned officers elected viz James M DeWeese Captain Oscar Midltiff 1st Lieutenant Chester INN wn 2nd Lieutenant Non cc virwxl otYicors are 1st Serg irence Shown QuurtcrmasU aigeaint Ernest Woodward Duty Sergeants are as follows R Eo Duke W C Liles Oscar Flener and n W Tinsley 1st SquadMarvin Black Corpo ral Walton Petty Charles Black Seymour Bennett Carl Anderson John Hamilton Luther Smith Frank Hamilton2nd Wfllie Hinton Corporal Dudley Westerfield Roy R Heaverin Herbert B Shown TE Davidson Elmo Jones John Stevens L P Miles 3rd SquadPerry Keown Corpo ral Will Robinson O E Powers Ney Foster Arthur Petty Alonzo Sanderfur Almon Duke 4th Squadotto Martin Corpo ral Douglas Felix Allison Barnett Evans Calais Lawrence Gary Ben H Bennett Tyner Westerfield 5th SquadJohn P Taylor Corporal Charles Collins Van Crab tree Will Riley Owen Ambrose John W Taylor Ellis Foster Allison Barnetiand Douglas Felix were appointed as company musi cia- nsOaaaiTeyRTA r BantU ihltisdYNBrtA WIJS BoUlhl Bt6utanof 1I J JETT CONFESSES Implicates llargis Callahan and Others in Assassination of Marcum and Others Cynthiana Ky June 12The confession of Curtis Jett of which rumors have been published for several days was today given out by Jetts attorneys for publication It is a remarkable story giving as it does complete details of the murder ofJames Cockril land the sassiation of James B Marcum and throwing some important light on the assasi nation of Dr B D Cox Jett says he John Smith and John Abner killed James Cockrill that Hobert Deaton went after Abner and Smith to aid in the murder and that Elbert Hargis Ed Callahan Jesse Spencer and Bill Britton are the men who formed the conspiracy Starting out with these broad statement he enters extensively into details of the murder and under skillful examination by Attorney I Stanley Webster lays bare every feature of the conspiracy and the events before and after the murder He then confessed to the murder of James B Marcum which he says was at the instance of Hargis and Ed Callahan declaring that the piE tol with which he did the shooting was furnished him by Callahan for the purpose He says B J Ewen told the truth about the killing Jetts statement in regard to the assassination of Dr Cox is a little less sensational than his associations in regard to the other murders He says he was at the jail and heard three shots after which the telephone rang He went to the Alex Hargis house and asked what the shooting was Jett continues the story in these words saidiahdnaJcaouand UiAlex said lets go down and see if Jim or any of them are hurt Uncle Alex stopped at Jims garden fence I guess he was afraid to run in but I was fearless and didnt care you know and I went to the yardand in the shadow of the smokehouse moon as bright as day 1 shall never forget itstood Ed Callahan Jim Hargis Bill Britton Jess Spicer and Elbert Haigis with two shotguns I saw no pistols Jett closes his confession by saying that he has told the plain truth nothing more and nothing less Ae relieves Alex Hargis of any com plicity in the Cocokrill and Marcum murders saying he is in an inno cent man General Baptist Association Richmond Ky On account of the General Association of Kentucky Baptists the Southern Railway will sell excursion tickets from stations on its lines in Kentucky to Richmond on June 24 and 25 with final return limit of July 5th 1906 at rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip The South ern Railway has two trains daily for Richmond in connection with the L A R R from Versailes It is ex pected that all the Baptist Delega gation will leave Louisville at 330 p m June 26th reaching Richmond at 805 p m same date S GAS BELT EXCURSION Sunday June 27thBlg Four Routef To the Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves 7th St Union Depot Louisville at 7 oclock a m Ex tremely low round trip rates as follows Rushville 150 Knightstown 150 Anderson 150 Alexandria 175 Marion 175 Get tickets at City Ticket office 2594th Avenue and at depot- S J GATES Gen Agt HERBERT June 11Mr Marian Phillips of Lyona visited his niece Mrs R M FriIday needing more rain WJI1 Duncan is still quite sick Will Stewart had a valuable horse serIously injured by running against a tree while playing in the field Miss Hallie Ford Miller has returned from Maceo A large crowd attended the party at Mr Grant Midkiffs Saturday night Misses Flora and Almada Haynes ofOwensboro visited Mrs Emma Miller this week Miss Etta Myrl Taylor of Hay nesville visited Miss Baxter Miller from Saturday until Monday Mr Jim Chambers spent Sunday athomeMisses Ida Grey Bruner and sister Eunice and Master Stewart Bruner arc visiting their grandmother Mrs EW Lyons Mrs Hattie Estes and children of Yelvington Mrs Florence Lyons and children of Whitesville visited Mr and Mrs Elias Lyons last week Miss Lulie Jenkins and sister of Pelisville visited Mrs Grant Mid kiff Saturday night and Sunday Mr Frank Bell and Mr McKen ney ef Whitesville visited at Mr Virgil Millers Sunday afternoon Miss Clara Floyd of Knoxville is visiting at Mr Harden Floyds Mr Johnie Haynes and family at tended church at Lyonia Sunday Mr Isaac Crow and family virited Mr and Mrs Jim Burdett Sunday Mr Willis Corley wife rind chil drep of Whitesville visited Mr and Mrs Guy Hinton Sunday FIRST GUEST To Arrive at Louisville for Home Coming is Miss Hardin Juisville Ky June 12Miss 11 Lee Hardin of Denver the 1thaligehemeomiogar- rived at the Tenthstreet station yesterdayShe met at the depot by a delegation representing the Com mercial club and escorted to the home of her relatives where she will remain during the week She ar rived over the Monon from her home in Denver Miss Hardin will be decorated with a handsome gold medal Wednesday morning for having suggested the event The history of the suggestion of home coming is familiar but on the eve of the great Week it will bear repetition Miss Hardin had re turned from Denver to visit rela tives and so pleasant was her visit that she called up the Commercial club and introducing herself to Robert Hughes suggested that SOle event be prepared which distinguished Kentuckians could be in vited to see After a brief conversation Mr Hughes suggested that she reduce her suggestion to writ ing which she did upon returning to Denver The directiors of the Com mercial club adopted thesuggestion amending it only to invite all wan dering Kentuckians regardless of whether or not they had distinguished themselves This latter plan met MissHardins hearty approval and Kentucky home coming is its direct result New Premiums for Street Fair New Commercial Hotelto the besrtboking couple eating dinner at the Commercial Hotel on Saturday the last day of the Fair five dollars in gold will be given Mr R W King the jeweler closest guess as to the number of seed in a pumpkin First premium 300 shirt waist set if a lady if a gentleman 300 watch fob Second premium 150 hatpin if a lady if a gentleman 150 pair of cuff buttons For Sale 1000 firstclass Oak Ash and Hickory trees also 2000 Gum and Maple on land adjacent to Rough river three miles West from Hart ford Will sell timber as it stands in tree cut and delivered on river or will cut into lumber For further particulars address this office 46t6 t fir V IN FIFTEEN DAYS Work on New Railroad to Begin Must be Completed in Eighteen Months As forecasted in last weeks RE PUBLICAN one of the bids for the construction of the Hartford Madi sonville Eastern Railroad submit ted on the 4th inst has been accept ed by the promoters of the road and in probably less than fifteen days ac tual work of construction will begin Walton Wilson Rhoades Co of Knoxville Tenn are the success ful bidders the contract having been awarded to them last Saturday instead of to C D Smith of Memphis Tenn who we suggested last week as probably being the company to whom the contract would be award edThe contracting firm will have associated with them Mr J W Borch eso an expert in railroad building The company is amply provided for the work which is their specialty They have 750 good teams and a number of steam shovels and vari ous other paraphernalia for railroad building The contracting firm agrees to have the work done in 18 months butthey will probably com plete it sooner as is their custom It is intended to begin work at both ends and in the middle The new road as heretofore stated will run through Hopkins Muhlen berg and Ohio counties via Hart ford connecting with with the L Hand St L railroad and be will sixty miles in length It will develop a section of the green river country as as fertile and productive as any land in the State heretofore inaccessible to railroad facilities It will also be the cause of the immediate development of many thousands of acres of most valuable coal lands in the state the road as surveyed havingkeen lor catedover caal bearing section long recognized as being superior to any other in the State Besides these things the people of this section of the State will be brought immediate contact with Louisville as a trading point which fact alone is a very im portant consideration Home Coming Week Louisville Ky On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Louisville Ky for 340 Tickets on sale June 10th 11th and 12th also for morning train June 13th limited to June 23rd f r return with extension privilege- S B VANMETER agt Ohio Countys Summer Resort Ohio countys well known and popular summer and health resort Sulphur Springs will be open for guests on and after Saturday June 2 1906 Under the management of Mr T C Bean Sulphur Springs has attained first rank as a summer resort The management spares neither time trouble nor means to make the stay of all guests pleasant The hotel and grounds have been improved from year to year and are now firstclass in every respect If it is recreation health or pleasure you are seeking you should spend a few weeks at the Sulphur Springs Terms reasonable 45t8 Official Notice All parties having just claims against the estate of Sam Kidney deceased are hereby notified to present same properly proven to the un dersigned administrator of said deceased at my office in Hartford Ky on orbeforethe 2nd day of July1906 and all claims not presented by that time will be forever barred Notice is further given that no claims will be paid until all arepresentedC Almr of Sam Kid ney BEAVER deceasedI Mr Jno Couch night man for the I Illinois Central has been transfer red to Caneyville I Orville McKenney of Taylor I Mines was here Saturday on ness II The Central City ball team bats with our boys Sunday with the result of 11 to 3 in favor of the vis itorsThe Daisy Crew composed of J J Perry H Miller and Homer Ashby are here this week The Daisycompound is a scientific prep eration for cleaning clothes and isr having a wonderful sale Mrs Maud Ashby visited her husband Homer Ashby Sunday and MondayMiss Norman of Select is visiting Mrs Cyrus Taylor this week B H Hodges made a business trip to Rosine Tuesday Clarence Dunn of Cromwell was here Sunday STILL GROWING Is Interest in Free Trip to Mammoth Cave Contest Interest in our free trip to mam moth Cave contest still continues to grow One new candidate Elijah Daniel added to the list this week and large batches of votes for many of the candidates have been turned in All candidates are rapidly learning how to get the votes They collect from their friends and get them to vote for them There are a few candidates yet who do not under stand that they are entitled to col lect on subscriptions and in turn receive the votes that the parties pay ing are entitled to cast They are gradually catching on to this feature of the contest and will no doubt come in for a large number of votes next week Candidates from the various districts have been unusually active and many votes have been received The standing of the various candi dates is as follows Vt e DISTRICT NO lv war Cecil Barnard Beaver Dam t Gfr Darrell Sullenger Hartford 240 Robert Davis Hartford 422 Ernest M ColerpanBeaver Dam 80 Godfrey Bean Hartford 60 DlSTRICTJNO2Johme 210 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton 10 Bernice Neighbors Dundee 20 Palmer Loyd Narrows 5 Herbert Midkiff Magan T Elijah Daniel 23 DISTRICT No4 Roy Keown Fordsville 70 Pete Tilford Fordsville 5 Arthur Burdett Herbert 4 DISTRICT No5 Talmage Davis Beda 64 Jesse C Smith Taffy 386 Sherman Chamberlain Nocreek 514 DISTRICT No6 John Morton Ceralvo10V- ig Morton Smallhous 50 Ben Kimmell Ceralvo 2 Frank KuykendallCentertown 4 Rowe Condit Matanzas 26 DISTRICT NO 7 Carroll Smith McHenry 118 Roy Brown McHenry 60 Orlett C Carter Rockport 3 Carl Davenport Cool Springs 4 Raymond FrancisRender 6 Rules governing the contest have ben reduced to brief concise form They are as follow RULES OF CONTEST IN BRIEF The rules governing the contest are very simple Every coupon cut from tho paper properly filled QUt andsent to the office before dateof expiration counts one vote Every dollar paid on subscription whether renewal on arrears or new subscriber counts ten votes You do not have to vote for the contestant in the district in which you live You can vote for any one you please Fill in all coupons correc y before iI sending them in If you want to send a years subscription fill in on the coupon 11 as the subscription counts for ten votes and the coupon one Be sure and get the coupons in before they expire No expired coupons will be counted Continued on eighth page i rot Fx f I fLPLESS UNfORTINATS Are Made to Lay in Jail to Await Machines Pleasure liberty of Kentuckys Unfortu nate Women and Children at Mercy of Machine 1 fine Mayfield Monitor recently published an account of the meat iseration of Mr Joseph Tolbert who iiad been adjudged insane in the Cstves county jail and detention pleasagent Mr Percy Haley to convey Irshim to the Hopkinsville asylum It pas from time immemorial been the law that when an unfortionate insaneIthe Sheriff or some at discretion of the county judge was appointed to carry him to the asy turn But the recent Legislature passed a law providing for a board l whose duty it is to carry the unfor lionatds to the asylum Taking up the subject as introduc ed by the Monitor the Owensboro p Messenger deals out the following 1 to the unscrupulous Machine to himself the right to 4Assuming functions Chair man Percy Haley has ordered that persons adjudged to be insane shall i be held in the county until one of the agents of the asylum The rev suIt of that utterly illegal and outrageous al order caused the detention t of Mr Tolbert a brave Confederate veteran in the jail until one of the machine made agents could be given I all opportunity to irake a few dol etes out of the misfortunate of the oM veteran There may come a time when i scene judge of the circuit court will order the Sheriff of the county o Jalce the party adjudged to be insane to the asylum without waiting per amnion from Percy Haley andwith out regarding the hungary maw cf the machine and its agents for a few extra dollars It WA oad enough r to keep an old gentleman in jail among prisoners accused of crime when only misfortunate and nut crime made it necessary for Tolbert to be retrained of his liberty He lead fought fur the Confederacy and in his latter days was smitten t autd his reason fled To have had him taken at once to me uayium would have been a of mercy to one most desrivn But the law onacted by the boar of which Per q Halay is the chairman and the moving flguii decree other wire for the machine nvii recruits aol badly as ever and maybe even a lit ite more than ever and lire recruits tiled money and tht rice of the t Stato is made to cbv their hoini r Bnt auppotfu it Had oven some venerable mother Or some devoted wife or loving daughter or wxn prattling chlui It would nut Love made th sntelt differ ease Toe order live gorje out from Pptvv Hale jfveteran uiT tie inut1 tee wifeI 11ru fit or the dId must 1I ith t cr 1I 01 uut ilh vino jftle auti- entuckl c ferHaley t I tht1 vi of tl e kM rrn it is I Hew out of the IIf i In tiMJudfftd i I i its Its i vu is td ht 1 4 page nan the wo r Kentucky I ftM beI j I rderefl Is alwayaiiii A t U i it u i J RI sleet n trr i vil i rate a machine nor con rrtlrlitytOtheinswewhetha her tit ii The rt case i Ken yhoullJt t HIanst- v A 06as 0 0HK 1hI h l1Ci FdiB Irarr lip m Jellied Chien a lairx ad after ckaI washing It thii rrt glir to stew t a 1camt ul ut d Il k tobeaters until all the flesh is mashed and the bones thoroughly crashed Place them in a double boiler and pour over them one quart of filtered cold water Stir in even teaspoon ful of salt fill the lower part of the double boiler with cold water and set it where the water will boil From time to time open the upper part of the double boiler where the chicken is and stir it around Add no more water to the chicken but fill the lower part from time to time as the water boils away always ad ding boiling water after the water has begun to boil the first tithe Let the chicken cook at least six hours then take it off and strain through a fine sieve into a boil Set away to cool When cold skim off the grease which will raise to the top Underneath you will find a clear hard jelly This may be served cold a teasepoonful at a time chopped fine or it may be warmed into a soup a little at a time for invalids This recipe is invaluable for those very ill The sworn statement of the manu facturers protects you from opiates in Kenedys Laxative Honey and Tar the cough syrup that drives the cold out of your system Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m BURIED THE PLANT How the San Francisco Daily News Was Saved From Destruction The foresight of Hamilton B Clark manager of the San Francisco Daily News together with the loyalty of a number of the employees saved from destruction practically all of the working property with the ex ception of the heavy presses which could not be moved Immediately ter the first severe shock Mr Clark whose home is in the Oakland sub urbs dressed and hurried to the of fice in San Francisco fifteen niiles away Upon arriving there he found practically the whole working force already assembled Without delay he directed that the entireb at tery of linotype machines be carried to a vacant lot immediately back of the News building where a hole suf ficiently large toaccommodate them was dug Into this hole were also placed the contents of the office safe all type and other metals files of papers writing machines etc Sev teachtdIlutely clean everything except the heavy presses was buried under three feet of earth The News Building had been completed only a short time before the catastrophe Its location more than a toile ut f our daily nesspas r plants of San Francisco was nil that saved the working plant from tin destruction which the other dailies suffered Immediately after the tire hud passed through the swtiori where the News plant stood and had wept away practically every vestige f the Nevgbuildinjf the typesattulg machine etc were uncovered arid tionII s Tiiouftands Have Kidnty Trouble null Dont Know it row to ltlll1 Out I Fill a bottle or common glrLts with year waterwnd let It stand twentyfcur hour t or ss rn I cons tlca cf the J tf It is ix of to It er aIn bIdierereoulofto Do Is In the knowledge sc SwarrpRocw1 In the peofpasainpitwine or beer and that art necessity cf to go and to get up the The and the extra of SwampRoot 13 soon re If the for Ita cures of the most cistrJSlrg cases If Ia need a you hive be drugglstsinbOeardrYca ri vonderlul dle r telljmerevbsolutely by mall sediment Sling Indlcates unhealthy neys stairs your linen evidence f- nsy trouble tco frequert dssirs pass lathe back iakc What There comfort curing rheumatism panMfl overcomes urnlea being compelled often day many times dang night mild jrinary effect stands highest wen derful medicine the adrtas Dr Kilmer Home 3o BlnghalTlt n N Y When wrltlngm n paperDonts resale Swamproctr Dr Kilmeri S r nd thi address Binghamton 1 c i t PUSHED WHfH ARRON1i From His Missouri Home to Kentucky i J W Owens Walked 570 Miles Iand Arrived Ahead of Home Coming Time After walking about 570 miles since May 9 J W Owens seventy I years old trundled a wheelborrow into New Albany yesterday morning about 10 oclock says last Fridays CourierJournal He acknowledged to being slightly footsore but was high spirted and as active as ayoung man He is on his way to the home coming and spent last night in New Albany but he expects to cross the Kentucky and Indiana bridge at 10 oclock this morning and if he is not met at the Kentucky terminal by a brass band and a procession of citizens I he will be a dissappointed old I manMr Owens is a nativeborn Ken tuckian and is anxious to place his foot on the old soil again He left his home at La Platta Mo about 200 miles north of St Louis on May 9 and has walked every step of the way averaging eighteen miles a day on his journey lie is a native of Cave City Ky and went to La Platta nearly thirty years ago He has served a term as city clerkand one term as city marshal of LaPlatta and now keeps a restaurant and acts as auctioneer He has pushed the wheelbarrow which is now be coming slightly dilapidated during the long journey On the rude vehicle is a box in which he carries his baggage on which is inscribed Missouri to Old Kentucky for HomeComing He proudly calls himself Old Kaintuckyand in less than an hour after reaching New Albany he had speaking acquaint ance with half the people there The old man was particularly pleased with the hospitable treat ment accorded him on his journey i especially through Illinois and Indi ana and says that he was treated like a prince nothing being lacking that would add to his comfort He was attired in a white cotton hat a I seersucker coat striped short dark trousers and servicable brogans He solicits no contributions on the hay and is making the trip he says more from the novelty of it al though he acknowledges that he did not have any too much cash He declares that he has had sufficient walking however to last him the remainder of his life and when he returns it will be in a railway coach with the wheelbarrow in the gage carIThe largest body of student that I assembled in any one place in tho Southamt year WOT at Howling Green ICy attending the Ijowlfnff Green Business University i I The graduates of tin Howling I Green Hiuineat University are re cognised by the business and com thJl01IIhI1IIi e i j Manyofthelargeatflrm throqgi i out the South and West get WIbookkeepers stenographers sjjdj clerks from the Bowling Grotn Business University Bowling Onfn Ky The graduates of thi scbool I ore in great demand Write tor catalog xt j eeeBIjn1hd1Icatalog i w Anyone contemplating t vkiiy1 a course in either Rookkecpinjr fSjfc Igraphy Shorthand Or Ty ewrtdag should write to tho Boa ih g Greon Putinesa University BnKy for catalog a I IThe National School of role located at Howling Grt R Ky line never failed to locate very one of its graduates If you are linking of taking a course in role grnnhy we would advise you to 2tIGood and Bad In the beginning Gc d created the heavens and the earth then the ed arertrI I z 1J tising another who does not take I the home paperand then He rest ed And then the devil got into the molding room and created the man who takes the paper for several years and fails to pay for it After he had completed that sorry job and having a few lumps left he created the excuse of a man who settles his subscription by informing the post master to markhis paper refused Missouri Freemason Character Indicated By The Hair Auburn hair means a kindly sympathetic nature Curls denote a feeble sense of right and wrong gayety vivacity selfconfidence Straight black hair growing coarse and thick means more order and industry than mental power Fine brown hair only accompanies excellent minds generally the owner has intellectual tendencies Red hair is strongly characteristic no half way business there It temperIare ex Beautiful golden hair is rarely seen on persons of cross nature Its owner loves fine arts and posses ex quisit sensibilities Hair and eyebrows differing in col or are said to mean untrustworthi ness They indicate race mixture and bespeak a wavering unsteady nature As a rule smooth fine softly way ing hair betokens gentleness quiet nessneatnessUnduly sleek hair gives lypolisyI witness to the efficiency of Early Risers These pleasant reliable little pills have long borne a reputation second to none as laxative and cathartic They are as staple as bread in millions of homes Pleasant but effect ive Will promptly release consti pation without griping Sold by Z Wayne Griflin Bro m RiJiculous Figure Hes a very eloquent lecturer you should engage him to give a lecture for the benefit of your church We were thinking of it but we found him guilty of a very ridiculous figure of speech Indeed What was that j He wanted 1000 for it I Not Receiving CallsIJailer Sir theres a side who wants to interview you Noted Prisoner Tell him Im not- in i i During Devotions StellaHow do you know she is oldfashioned Bella She occupies the sermon ini planning a grown instead of mil auto The Enthusiast- I thought Simpkins was such devoted automobilist ai He is But I row him driving a team of horses to the auto meet Did you Yes The horse were drawing his disabled auto Long Tonneesoo F htIFor twenty years 11 L Bells Tenn fought nnsal catarrh He writes The swelling and soreness inside my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklens Arnica to the sore surface This caused the soreness and swelling to disap pear never to return lieu salve in existence 25c at Z Wayne Griffin BM druggist LIST OF CLAIMSi I Allowed at the Special Term Ohio County Court April 4th 5 Hi arid 6th 1906 Allen Jerome holding inqu Prudie Ford G 00 same assisting at inquust ofISam Kidney Allen S K mdse for pauper G ltiI 201AmosAddington J II 8 00 j Bean Broil 18 loads of bats 4 50 Bennett L E work on almshouse 5 00 Brown W E team on road H 00 j Beck JF 300J Beck W N 150 Bennett toe S 4 50 j same grading on road 9 00 Baley Win team on rood 2 25 Chamberlin Isq B S per dinm 9 00 Carter Finley bridge lumber 5 00 j Crowdor L P conveying Tar vin Hall Hartford 250 I N J sT r T 3 o N Q IITo Publishers and Printers WE MANUFACTURE THE VERY HIGHEST jJGRADE OF I Galleys peIIMetal Borders Brass Labor Saving Rule jL S Metal Furniture Brass Column Rules Leads and SlugsIi Bras Circles Metal Leaders Brass Leaders Spaces and Qudtls Brass Round Corners 6 to 48 point etcIas new at a ismall costJremember that we are not in any Trust Combinotion and are sure we can make it greatly to your advantage to deal r usi of our Catalogue will be cheerfully furnished on ap plicatlonPhiladelphia Printers Supply Co dlANeIAIrlIIIAIMOI Type and Hiffh Grade PrintlnfjMatorial PROPRIETORS 39 North Ninth street PENN TYPE FOUNDRY C 0 PHILADELPHIAAaOUT J Louisville is VILLE 350000 within a rydluscfonlremllest It1l1he WORLD LoulstrillelsadtyoiUEAUTt onlnabmingen BRUNT STRATTON BUSINESSCOLLEGE LOUISVILLE KYn JJJJJJAkI fi i BLACK BIRKHEADA 41PROPRIETORS Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer t bMtjj General Liverymen te4 intention given to stock New stable Main street Jlartfonl vfr 4OseYMVYyYYYYYIM MY IVMYYYM7YMC tY 4 Cole W S reg officer spec reg 2 00 Crowder M Ireg officer spec reg 2 00 Crnhnn Mike tog ollicer upec rag J 20 mime election officer iptfc elect 2 00 Cole V S elect officer Alec elect 2 00 Crowder M H elect olllcor spec election II 20 same house fr spec election 2 00 Crowe C M County Attorney pto tern 5 00 Cox S K1M cots LB 00 Chinn T II plowing on road SO CMnn Tom 8 00 DAvie LJ 4110 Davenport E A 0 00 Dean ELI W S per dlnm 0 00 Evans T A spec com Jt 00 Edge Esq W R pier diam 0 00 Furguson Tid hal an house for election 76 Griffin Annie meals for miinll pox patients 4 SB Heavrin M Lapeacom 25 00 Holbrook Rand others ex penses incurred opposing division of courts 100 15 Hines S W plowing on road JJ 00 Howtrd G P j 50 Henry J B 4 fiO Howard C B 4 50 Jones H T 2 Sio Kcbwn Cal P cost Geo P Jones for now road 2 25 Lanham John W fill at Am brose Ford bridge 12 1 50 Liles D Robert plow on road 4 60 Midkiff Oscar jailers fees to April 6 1000 2M DO Miller Esq W P per diam I 00 same imiuofct Mort Purgugon G 00 Miller Eq JH per diam JJ 00 Miller F V team on road G 00 Payton E day viewer 1 00 Porter S L team on road iJ 00 Payne S M 450- Renfrew Dean lumber for roads 28 7 Ragland M S coat cause Geo P Jones for road 11 10 Render Esq S H per diam 9 00 Ralph tins T plow on road 4 50 m the mnufactunnz ol leant firm wagons sewer ppe wooden cotes and n producing and handling whisky sole I lather cement tobacco ax handles and plumbers supplies Loulnae lithe home olthelarcesl organ actirr I n the world the largest soap factory m the South and one of the largest plow lao tonesln the world and has 8 urtanlines FUL HOMES Its city property valuation Is 200000000 It has the grandest park e stem In the United States and many mar r iflcent public buiiimrs and ehurchesandis the home ol the WORLDS LEADING COM MERCIALSCHOOL Enroll at tills school do THOROUGH work and youll never be in want ola good CerpriJn city like LnutsUe NOW Is the em tolnreiZicua e tj t 1 of 1j I 1 Stevens C R aims keeper fees to April 5 UK Sl Stanley Dr A F treating and fumigating smallpox 45 00 Sorrels J W viewer J 00 Sanderfur W F diunafeftc for new rtw 2i hX- Stillenger V n plow on road 160 Sharer J T 3 oo Skinner W H t oil Shulte J T 2 23- Sanderfur Co mdse for Ohio county l 00 Smith J T viewer 100 Tinsloy W S County Clerks fees to Apyil 1 1008 164 7C- mnitt per dram 9 00 fichenor Frank plow on road S 00 Tyro R P coal for pest hosue 2 25 Taylor Tom C plow on road 1 olr Ijjj Taylor J D I oO Taylor H W team on road 3 00 Taylor Tf 4 ro Taylor Dr Joe visit to alms house 500 Tweedell R L repair at jail 2 50 I Wtilkor Thomas J supplies to smallpox patients 4 r0 illI2 SO meaaI13 30 Woodward Mrs W T conveying Tnrvin Hall to orphan i i home Williams J H school books 1 OU Wallace Thomas balance due nil alms house keeper 5918 Whittinghill C T plow on road 8 001Il Whittinghill T J 5175 I W S TINSIKY C 0 C C I A Topy attest i New Cure for Epilepsy i J H Watunnan of Waterman MydaughterI KingsNewj botlyIon n Bro drugstore t I iL f SUICIDE BY POISOt1i Thought Probable in the Charles Young Case Role in His Cheek Was Not a Bullet Wound But a Slight Abrasion ICharles Young a prominent young man of Fordsville and a traveling salesman for a novelty house in IjJhtavillc was found dying last Thursday on the road near Baskett Station Henderson county on the Louisville Henderson and St Louis railroad with a wound in his right checkThe body was discovered by Vogel Day a farmer who was driving to the station in a wagon Tho body was lying about half a mile from Baskett to the north side of the railroad track Day found the man to be still alive mid attempted to revive him but without success The man never regained consciousness The coroner of Henderson county was summoned and held an inquest over the body the jury returning a t verdict that the man came to his death from unknown causes The coroner had returned to Henderson when a wound was discovered tljj cheek of the dead man uponII vus again summoned but ond inquest brought out no new factsNothing was found about the body to indicate a suicide and a re port was given out that he had been murdered The remains were tack en to Owensboro where Dr W F i Stirman made an examination of the body anti said that the symptoms were of strong poison The general belief is that the man committed suicide The report was given out Thurs day afternoon that the wound in Youngs check w s made by a bullet and the impression was that he was murdered An examination show ed howevcrthat the wound was not I by a bullet but probably by a fall Young lived at Fordsville and was j j held in the highest regard there Ho was formerly in business at at Olaton and Caneyville but he has been traveling for a year Young Mfe subject to dissipation but was cured for a while few years ago but recently returned to his old habits Letters were found upon the man from his wife calling him home Besides his wife he has two little children There is no need worrying along in discomfort because of disordered digestion Get a bottle of Kodol for Dyspepsia and see what it will do for you Kodol not only digests what you eat and gives that tired stomach a needed rest but it is corrective of the greates efficiency Kodol relievcs indigestion dyspepsia N palpitation of the heart flatulence and sour stomach Kodol will make your stomach young and healty again You will worry just in the proportion that your stomach wor ries you Worry means the loss of liability to do your best Worry is to be avoided at all times Kodol the worry out of your stomach Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro The Checker Board Town Improvements as St Paul said of science is often falsely so called If the real estate men would but for get the checkerboard idea in laying out anew town and would take a good landscape gardner into their confidence and the contour of the land into their consideration and plant trees accordinglysurbanties- would rise up and call them blessed The sincerest tribute that can be paid to superiority is imitation The many imitations of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve tha are now beforet the public prove it is the best Ask for DeWitts Good for burns scalds chaffed skin eczema tetter cuts bruises boils and piles Highly recommended and reliable Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Has Stone Age Mans Body The oldest of any human being now reposes in the Egyptian gallery of the British Museum It is the body of a man who was bur ied in a shallow grave hollowed out of the sandstone on the west bank A of the Nile in upper Egypt This man must bavhunted along the banks of the Nile before the time of the earliest mummied king J which the museum possessesbefore t Nra A4nfih1yW J The Best Guaranty of Merit Is Open Publicity hoWl of Dr 1lnrcos worldIEvery loivln the great lalxt rulory at lluiralo N Y has prlnUil Its wrawMT nil the InJlrlthlIl entering Into its coinixultlon This fact alono places Ur 1lorcns Family Medi cines in a cltiHH nil lii thciMdvc They cannot bo clashed with patent or seer t medicines bocuiiKo thoy an neither This is why so many mi phyMdims prescribe them and recommend then to their patient They know what they aro composed of and that tho IngrcdUnUi sro thnsu MutorstKl by the most eminent medical authorities Tho further fact that neither Dr Plercos Uolden Medical Discovery the great stomuch tonic liver art regulator and blood purifier nor his Favorite Prescription for weak over worked Icokcndown nervous women contains any alcohol also entitles them to a placo all by themselves Ur Ilerco discovered that chemically pure glycerine of proper I rlII1IlIgmore that It IKIS sessos valuable medlclim properties of Its own being demulcent nutritive antiseptic and a most cfllcltnt Neither of tho slave medicines con talus alcohol or all harmful habit forming drug 81wll1 Im seen from glance nt tho printed on each wrapior They aro safe to use and fount to euro only do physician proscribe the above nonsecret medicines but the most lute lllgent them who would out think of using IIIInlinary or secret medicines very Ingredient entering Into the com iMwIiim of Dr Ilcrcii medicine has strongest kind of nn endorsement from lending mcdlcnl writers of the Kvernl schools of practice No other 1 medicines putt up like purposes has any such prlfcAtolull endorsement Dr Ilcrces Ilensunt Iellets cure con stipation Constipation Is the cause o many dlMwos Cure the cause and you 1l11I110huaUvpint sell them and notliln U just 111I good Easy to ako us candy the time of Menes who was suppos posed to have ruled Egypt at least 5000 B C There were previous to that time two prehistoric races one the conquerors and the other the from which the nasIIticsthat this man has to do Considering I the condition in which he was found it is evident that he was as sociated with a late period of the new stone age of Egypt lie was buried in a characteristic i neolithic grave with his neolithic i pots and instruments of flint about himIOutwits tho Surgeon A complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bowels had reduced Mrs Thos S Austin of Lcvenworth Ind to such- a deplorable condition that her docj tor advised an operation but her postIpOlledand to the amazement of all who knew her this medicine completely blliousjnesseral debility nervousness and blood Pricei50cstore Try it- Story of a String Im only a piece of string but I have my feelings and Im very grateful to Tommy for saving me ram the fire The piece of string lay toiled up in Tommys pocket with whom he was not on friendly terms- I never was as nearly lost as yesterday he went on though Ive suffered a great deal in my time I Once I was fifty yards long and look at me now Tell me how it happened beg ged the pencil Once upon a time though youll stringjIplant called hemp I lived in the country then and except for one cottage there were no houses near In this cottage there lived a mother and a father and a dear little baby How I loved that baby and how I should like to see him again Well one day I was cut down That was bad enough but there was worse to follow I was sent to a factory where I endured all sorts of tortures and when at length I left it I was no longer a plant but a fine large ball of I next stringIshop and to uncle came and bought a toy ship and a jumping rope for Tommy and his sister The storekeeper cut off this piece of me to tie up the parcel Then I would have been thrown into the fire if Tommy had not saved me CASTORIAF The Kind You Have Always sought Bears the7RSignature ofA i THE POT OF GOLD Dug Up on the Atherton Lot Louisville To De Divid edUp Settlement of the legal controver sy over the possession of the gold- found on the site of the Mary Anderson Theater at Louisville last March by negro laborers is about to be reached by an agreement among the various claimants for the money Under the terms of the compro mise which has yet to be approved by the Judge of the Taylor Circuit Court the heirs of Abraham Van Dyke of Taylor county who is thought to have placed the money there will receive 600 Walter A Cloyd the administrator of Davis who was killed at Campbellsville where he went after he got the money receives 600 while Mr Eppstein the grocer to whom the negro first took the money after his discovery gets 66 It is said by the members of the Van Dyke family that the gold was one of the ten cans each containing 2000 which were placed in the cellar of I the house in 1863 by Abraham Van Dyke who had brought it to this city fearing that the soldiers on either the Fed eral or Confederate side might find it and take possession of it He concealed it in the cellar of the house for a day or so until he had sufficient time to negotiate a mort ga e into which to place the money When he went into the cellar to secure the gold he could only find nine cans full or 18000 Davis only took 1400 of the gold out of the foundation with him The remaining 600 had been secur ed by other negro laborers in the light over the treasure when it was discovered Hard to Define What we want said the agita tor is reform And what is reform asked the sincere man Well was the answer after a pause there are a great many kinds of reform There is the great difficulty Reform is almost anything that would be different from what is = AAT RIO13aEMM tte 11 fI3- JSSJllu Bait II ttiHWhen Women Rule Yes the new woman policeman caught the burglar as he came out of the window She arrested him of course No she didnt She took him under the street lamp and then let hint got did she do that She said he was too handsome to- be locked up Reversed So you are the gentleman who runs Hints to the Home Gardener said the fair caller in the newspaper officE Do you obtain your own garden Oh I havent any garden replied the sallow young man with theI pen behind his ear I live flat- You dont say Well perhaps the gentleman who writes Hints on Renting Flats could give me some good advice from his experience in apartment housees Oh he doesnt live in an apart ment house He lives in the country Vaccinated in the Eye By a simple misadventure doctor practicing in a town near Manchester has become the victim of a pecu liar and painfull inocculation While breaking a tiney of phial containing an infant a particular of glass flew up and struck him on the pupil of the eye Adhering to the glass fragments was an almost microscop fi5dl 1f i Mothers Ear A WORD III MOTHERS EARS WHH I HUnaiHO AH IHfAHT AND IH THf MONTH THAT COMB OMFOK THAT TIME SCOTTS EMULSION BUPfUIB THe EXTRA STKtHOTH AND HOURIBHM1HT BO HaCtOOtHf fOR THe HEALTH OP BOTH MOTHER AND CHILDSend for free sample ChemistsIYork JOCo lid + tao t a I w + + w4rP Cepttku ic quantity of lymp The doctor realized the damage of vaccination to which he was exposed and imme diately bathed his eye So tender however is the skin of the eye that the glass made a minute scratch and a day or so afterward the usual symptons which follow inoculation gradually appear The pain and discomfort which or dinarily arise from the operation in this instance are acutely aggravated and he is going through exactly the same process as if he had been vac cinated on the arm The patient cannot sleep and in consequence the eye is never at rest The eye is ban daged up and the doctor is forbid den to read When it is dark he walks abroad under the shade of the trees and away from the gas lamps The accident occurred about six weeks ago and it is the first of its kind in England though it is said that such cases have happened in Ger many It is not likely that the eye of the unfortionate doctor will be impaired CAST HI4Bean the llwKindYoa HawAlwarsBouijB Elpaturo rI prl A Foolometer Some visitors who were being shown over a pauper lunatic asylum inquired of their guide what method was employed to discover when the inmates were sufficiently recovered to leaveWell replied he you see its this way We have a big troughof water and we turns on the tap We leave it running and tells em to bail out the water with pails until theyve mpticd the tough How does that prove it asked one of the visitors Well said the guide them as aint idiots turns off the tap A hacking cough is most annoying One Minute Cough Cure draws the inflammation out of the throat chest and lungs Sold byZ Wayne Griffin SbBro m t Reflections of a Bachelor tier York Press A nice thing about a holiday is all the chores you can do for your wife When a baby is born baldheaded its mother is sure going to have curly hair When a girl stammers over telling weight its because tho way she dresses fools you A man doesnt have to be married more than three weeks before he learns better than to bring home a friend to take pot luck A Texas Wonder Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from a weight of 90 pounds has grown to over ISO He says I suffered with a terrible cough arid doctors gave me up to die of Consumption I was reduced to 90 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough and Cold cure Guran teed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free DatesI fixed for 1906tsar as reported Officers of I fairs re requested to report to us I any nissions or correction of dates Hartford Sept 194 daysIR mond July 113 day j Stt ford July 123 days Lancaster July 133 days Hustonville July 253 days I Winchester July 253 days Madisonville July 315 days Danville August 13 laysIHarrodsburg August i4 days Fern Creek August 144 da sIVanceburg August 154 days Columbia August 214 days Shepherdsville August 214 days Lawrenceburg August 214 days Springfield August 154 days Brodhead August 153 days Guthrie August 23 S days Nicholasville August 2S3 days Shelbyville August 284 days Florence August 294 days Ewing August 303 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Bardstown Sept 54 days Monticellp Sept 114 days Glasgow Sept124 days Henderson Sept 255 days Falmouth Sept 264 days pPerabrokeSept 273 days Owensboro October 25 days Mayfiled October 34 days IJflillrAwgclable Preparationfor similating HicFoodandRcgula UnglhcStoinachsaiulBwclsor Promotes Digc3lionCIerfuh ness andItestContains neIther OpiumMorphine norl ncra- l110TNARCOTIC lJa dJ1mlf1CHEIl JiffAMSJI re r d trta ConsnpanonWorms Convulsions Fcvensh ncss nnd Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK t EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER J CASTORIA and Children The Kind You Main Alway ght IfBears of 1m UsIFor Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TMI eopoIIY flEW CITY n OUR CLUBBING RATES TilE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald195rIT- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 20O PIlE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 TilE REPUBLICAN St Louis GlobeDemocrat15I- RE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 TilE REPUBLICAN Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 TILE REPUBLICAN and rwicea Week Owensborolnquirer 175 TilE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 37O TIE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National agazine 15O Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN m 1T 9 BBBai a Ef RANDALL T COLLINS L WAYNE GRIFFIN I- m When in Louisville tSTOPAT t I 1 EUROPEANst2 The Home for Ohio County People Elegant Clean Rooms and Polite Attention W 1 I Corner Second and Jefferson Streets d COLLINS GRIFFIN Props BJW7 19 TJB 9B a 6 g ION YOUR HUNTING TRIP0e lure to Uprorerlr equlpielobtaln tM STEV liNS aad you CANNOT GO WRONG We mke RIFLES from 225 to 10000 PISTOLS from 260 to liD 00 SUOIGUIKJ from 780 to 3500 A yo deII ssit Send Cr to p e Iiloe Oft ow POI If mike If tined sutoe f Inte- ryoucanotohtloe ship eted le SHOOTING7ou drecth ouehttohare lt l4Uie- drryid upon receipt ef rI1IIewmpeto csulopyeceottsarrtieethreesomeAiuminemIiaoeawf1 fst3 STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO ro Dosc094 CUoopeo Fsib Mess TJ B A Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advances n For Infants Signature I CINToUft YOIII and and S FOURt t The Best Line to I fIit Toledo V Detroit I Clevelandpi 0 III lBoston And all other points East r Information cheerfully fur A nished on application at City Ticket Office Big Four No 259 Fourth avenue or write to AS J GATES- GenI Agent Passenger DeptfI ILoui ville Ky RHEIN fGeneral Passenger Agent ICincinnati Otfir X41 1 Sens I j Codol Dyspepsia CtrDigests what you sates aL+ r= t Hartford Republican baaed b the llnrtlonl rnlill lilD Company IEroRPfRA4en lalllorC= =rno Z3 Cvirntolloni 34 olch trr 0 FRIDAY JUNE 15- ANNOUNCEMENTS AV e Dft RDlbortwJ to announces A AXMEU SOX ol n eet Hnrtfonl 1rcclnct n candidate lor ItrrwntatlT In 1IIlenernl Uwmblr fru thin the S6th dUtrlet imtijMt to the action the Itepnullcen party- Wenreaathorlted to announce CIUIKNCE IlWEKK olshrevelr lnct u candidate ltepreeeotatfreInthe p Oeoerai Meembly ho 1thiethe foIl dLtrfrteubjeet to the action of the Republican party Examine the label on your paper Is not correct notify us IfItk ONE week until the Street Fair Mkt BRYAN has carried four States alreadyMissouri Woodson Ohio and Urey I TilE meat packers are evidently not of the opinion that cleanliness is next to godliness WE greet you from our new home t where we will be glad to have you come and inspect us c THE croakers are again declaring that even the breakfast wheat is not what it is cracked up to beIt WITH an annual allowance of 90 000 young Queen Victory ought to y have at least two hats a year 4r THOUSANDS of women all over this landare anxious to see Mr Smoot restored to the bosom of his families IT begins to look ifthe Bryan band wagon will be uncomfortabl loaded long before Grover Cleve land is heard from No ONE knows what the next de velopment in Russia is going to be but the prevailing impression is that it will be something unpleasant IF Alfonso is not out in a few days with a declaration thatall men r should get married we shall fear that his enthusiasm is wearing off IT ii claimed that the lid was noon very straight in Louisville las Sunday We feared this death be penitence would not amount to much I THOSE who want to come to Hart ford to live had better get in on the ground floor It will soon be diffi cult to get lots within a mile of th business section I HARTFORD now has a military company We are prepared to de fend ourselves against all invaders and may take the offensive Let Germany and Japan beware IT has been over two years since the Legislature authorized the building of a new State capitol The corner stone has just been laid and it will now be in order to appropriate another million dollars to carryon the work 1 WATTERSON and Woodson are agreed that Beckham should go slow with his primary machine They ought to recognize the demon strated theory that it is more hu mane to kill a man quickly than to crush his bones by slow and clumsy process IF the ordinance providing for the clearing of the sidewalks of weeds grass and other vegitation was en forced with as much vigilance as the one prohibiting the burning of wastepaper on the streets the citizens will as the voice of one man speak approval DEMOCRATIC Conventions in seven Missouri counties hue declared for Bryan for President some of them upon a platform to suit himself There is ground for suspicion that Gov Folk is asleep at the switch To add to the complication it will be noted that Bryan has practically cinched the vote of China Japan and India INDICATIONS point to the nomina tion of that grand old Republican Dr A D James for Congress in the Third district If given the standard the Doctor will carry it to certain victory He knows how and is not afraid He was winning victories for the party when some o its wouldbeleaders of the present- k i day were in swaddling cloths an eating from silver spoons LAST week vacant lots almost a mile from the Court House in Hart ford sold at the rate of 700 per acre This looks as though the da has passed when landowners coul afford to maintain cornfields in the city limits The town tax board of j Supervisors will doubtless see that those who deprive people from buying lots and building homes pa into the city Treasury sums commensurate with the exalted privilege i 0of retarding our growth Now THAT our railroad is assured Hartford will proceed to grow as j 0mplan a sewerage system and to finis rocking our streets We cannot long i expect to keep a healthy town with Ifout the former and we need not ex pect the county to pike the roads leading into Hartford unless ww fix streets to correspond Th i Fiscal Court will never build a pike leading into a mud hole No sonsiI ble citizen of town could expect i- to t do so JUDGE GEORGE DURELLE has bee appointed United States Attorney t succeed the late R D Hill DuRelle is a deserving Republican and in every way well qualified for the position His Assistant Attor i ney will be Mr Jolly Owensboro son of Hon Geo W Jolly who was District Attorney under Harrisons administration Mr M H Thatch er who retires from the position of Assistant has made a splendid offi cial and there was no cause for hisi removal He was from the District and this leaves that district practically without representation a the pie counter among the important places BACK OF ALL OTIIER ARGU i MENTS Passibly if Germany had as ex tensive farming area as the Uuited j States with as rich yields and oppor j tunit for easy cultivation by ma chinery as in the wheat fields of the United States and if German manufacturers had a home market as rid as that in the United States th conditions of German labor woul be far different But so long as Ger man workersare so miserably underpaid j there is all the more reason for fatandI wages eigner may not undersell the Amerij can in the home market precisely why the Protective TariffIi Is supported by the great thiscounjIfovorable to good wages and pros perity among those ed in American industries To overthrowI the Protective system would be a dangerous experiment It would imperil the present standard ofj wages and the standard of living i among American wage earners I Back of all other arguments tlt eiii question of wages and living under lies the Protective policy of the United States and the voters of this country have usually borne that fact so steadily in mind that for two generations the Protective policy has been the prevailing Tariff law of the country Boston Advertiser j OUTRAGEOUS RULING As AN example of the extent to which the State Democratic ma chine will go to put a few pennies in the pockets of henchmen attention is called to the article published elsewhere in this issue giving an account of the jailing of an old man at Mayfield who had been adjudged of unsound The new mindIhas made when anyone a lunatic in any county in the State the Chairman Mr Percy Haley must be hunted jip and notified about the particulars He will then inform the Superintendent who in turn sends word to a deputy to go A Bad Stomach 1 9ieni the usefulness and mars the hap plnen of life j Its a weak stomach a stomach that can not properly perform Its function Among Its symptoms are distress after i eating nausea between meals heartburn I belching vomiting flatulence and nervous headache I HoodsSarsaparilla Cures a bad stomach Indigestion and 41I permanentt the county wherein the patient is tillto and transfer to the Asylum will understand however it all depends upon Mr Haley That vr thy must first be found whether he be in French Lick Springs or I ala poordatives are able to employ guards The time honored custom has been for the Sherff and some relative of the unfortunate appointed by they I court to accompany the person to the Asylum exercising the most tenderness possible Now this must be done by a rank stranger paticnIties of kinship Under this arrange untilhallcomplished In the mean time the father mother brother or sister of some one must stay in jail with corn mon criminals unless guarded at thee expense of relatives- e A few days ago a prominent Ihy sician of this count in company with a highly respected citizen who happened to be a Democrat tool a patient to Hopkinsville to be con personn appointcdling treatment and a gentleman who was a friend When they arrived zt the Asylum they were treated with rudeness and their attention was ilelnewof the expense which they had in curred in caring for their charge The Superintendent demanded to i Rlphlii hand conveyance of an unfortunate lunatic to the Asylum A place provided and maintained by the tax payers of Kentucky where then pOOl people may be cared for if i possible cured and returned to their homes to make better her citi I zenship and relieve distressed f iri hcsIThese gentlemen who are for the time in charge seem to have iun ceived the idea that these institul thOillitacky endure such a condition EQUITY WAREHOUSE CO Finally Organized by Daviess I ichefsI The organization of the Davits county Equity Warehouse company id an accomplished fact says the CKv ensboro Messenger Almost without i opposition a motion to proceed with the organization of a company passed at the warehouseII presidents of locals and at the court house an hour after this motion was de claredcarried a board of directors I had been elected this board had met i and elected officers and the signa lures of a number of the stockhold ers had been affixed to the articles of incorporation Later the articles I were lodged with the county court clerk to be put on record The company is capitalized at S 000 more than half 6f which is ready to be paid in as shown by reportsI from various locals number of local unions have not turned in their subscription list and it is believed that when all are in the entire 8000 will have been subscribed Subsciptions will still betaken however and it is in con Umplation that amended articles will be filed before the warehouse begins business increasing the cap ital stock to 12000 to 15000 Men who havelouked thoroughly into thee matter however believe that 8000 warelioqselheads of tobacco FOR THE BUSY READER Three cases of yellow fever are under quarantine in the Gulf of Mexico about midway between Mo bile and the mouth of the Mississippi river- a e The majority and minority reports in the ReedSmoot case the former vigorously calling for his expulsion theawere ed to the Senate Monday but no ef- i fort atdefinite action was made Buy Hair- atAuction At any rate you seem to be getting rid of it on auctionsale principles going going gone In Stop the auction with Ayers Hair Vigor It certainly checks falling hair no mistake about this It acts as a regular medicine makes the scalp healthy Then you must have healthy hair for its natures way The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years AqTSaYFLCTOAL n For Sale or tent Store room on Center Street Hart ford noted as the best grocery and confectionary stand in town Aiiply at THE REruOLICAN otli- ceREAL STATEIf you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real fcntatf for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All yn have to do is to list with u Note These Bargains- One Farm four mils west fr1 Hartfordon the Hertford anlltPleasant public road known us till Jared Tichonor or Oglcstiy farm eon sting oi 97 acres good hill land good dwelling line young orchard best of water good small barn a bargain at SOO Ol acres near White Run adjacent to the I C It R half Canny Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court- House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good welling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application List your property with9s Ve will find a buyer BARNEY X SMITH Ron Fstnto Asontst- epufcltcan Office Hartford Ky I Thiitysix inch White- Wash Silks for only 45c per yard Yardwide Tuftstta in Black White Old Rose Blue and Green Worth 125 Our price 100 One lot Ladies Vest lOc values for only 5c Big lot Table Oil Cloth widefor only 15c IE PBarlles VS Bro iC vto Hot Weather Wearables aa Hot11ft4lip range if prices White Waistin White Dress ill J Linens Swipes in Wliite and till ItilI Batistes and fa all other N puliir Drii and Waist Kahries are on aJ sale anal you win easily find a combination of art iC- b terial nidjprices that is sure to plea e you 13 0 C 8 Ask To SHH our White and sutured 1aiusols and tnt 4b- reiln9 The line is extraordinary and the price 4- I inexjxitirfvo We pries these poods at IwhII tc2t5c SI 125 130 175 2 250 Si SI ant I JOIla I I iI 1 Pans agyp Buy one of our nice Pins and keep arc afigl shmvuijr largo assortment at end V I0c lor wuhW 3 L Summer Clothing fJCAlpaca Coats Serge Coats and v Ms soul Scrp C irav0tffr i icy of 3 jr Cniwii Jtnmdsat all price and in nil the mw Patterns 3-C ISummer MillineryC lit us hive your orders for your Summer Hats Our stock in complete in every detail toil the variety wv tire showing cant be seen anywhere else ItThe beautiful White Cliiilun Hatslhu White Chip Cnull IxgJnrn the White Duck Maty the Black 3gP Chilian Mat the Hindi Chip Hats the Black IIQfl Braid Hats Everything desirable in Millinery IB is represented hereC DamCt4 a a n = nHP I LONG 8 COSECONOMY STORE Will Always Show You the Newest la d Best Values for the Money n 47inches root11e Forty four inch Black- Mohair Extra fine For only IOO- Fiftyhitch Afohair in Black Brown Green Blue and Red 75c values for on ly 50c Two pieces Linen Suit ing for Shirt Wafst Suits ninety incites wide dull finish and also mercerized finish for only 1100 per yard IThirty six inch poplar colorsimikes beau tiful skirts for 011125e 46inch Persian Lawn 50c quality fur only 35c per yard I A big lot of Ladies Fast StripeHoselOc Twenty five dozen Ladies Handkerchiefs 15c and 20c values for only lOc These are only a few of the many bargains we can give you You make note of this and come look through our stock and you will certainly be shown everything just as it is advertised r lllEoonoD1YEIARTFORD KENTUCKY 7 Y1 NS41 3i 1 r4 t Home Coming at Fairs I HartIfordsHEADQUARTERS where you will find FREE l an abundance of good ice water also tho completes stork of Dry Joods in Ohio county at special prices I for these two days only t HomcCominrjClothing We have gnu through our clothing stock and ee lethiil a big line of special values for theso two days Twentylive 98kindmens regular 1250 Suits goodstyles f h HomeComing Silks Somebodys going to net hair Silk Dress FREE You may he the lucky one If you are uot como to t i set us anyway We are going to make a few special yardvidet98ctwoBeautiful line of Wash Silks tier Waists 4 I8eyardwide at onlrIf1 HoincConiino Millinery To make a great windup of this seasons Millinery business we have decided Jo inaugurate a special Clearance Sole in this department Our sotto is t Carry Nothing Over They must go regardless of former prices Jf you are hesitating about buying another hat dont do it Come see our the price The trade will then be settlellI HomeComing Wash GoodsII A new selection bought especially for these two das sale All the late novelties in Fancy Organ- dies Swisses anti White ands with a largo assort Iment Val Laces and Insertions which are so much in demand for trimming Dont buy until you see our line It will pay you to see them I IFairsbargains in fo you and lOc roods are more convincing than Printers Ink We want your presence to prove I+ this assertion We shallexpect you Trade With the Bargain Givers Jn I ot J1 JMI Harrford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 15 Illinois Contra Railroad Timo Table Hutiltil N1111I1 Hiilltid 4Mont IMOn HI NOItdatlINn- No 174uit7tnptn NuInldahpnt No lo7da49pti NutaldnH4 ip m =Buy your Clothing at Carson Co 0 Buy Shoes and Oxfords at Carson CoICity handles the genu 1 ine Coca Cola Cheese Sausage and Crackers at City Restaurant I Men dont buy your Summer Suit until you see Fairs line I GalLife fmnnd ee U firnew line ofPeraianLawnsandSwisses MrL T Barnards new residence on Clay street is nearing completion I Fruits and Candies of course you get them at City Restaurant My my those Fish and Steak Meals at City Rastaurant Aint they good I MrsiGeo H Bridges of Chnrles ton Mo is visiting Mr and Mrs J W Ford I The American Lady rsetat Fairs is what folks buy for styles A and comfort Go to Fairs Basement and you will be convinced that their is nothing but bargainsi New Val Lageand Embroideries at Fairs Mr J T Davis Hunnydale was pleasant caller Tuesday I Oh my Do try City Restaurants Ice Cream and Sherbert So good I Another shipment of New i and Ladies Collars at Fairs Call at Z Wayne Griffins Dru Store for all kinds of cool drinks IYou get the best value in Lac Curtains at Long Cos Econom Store Ice Cream Sherbet and Cakes a City Restaurant Cold drinks of al kinds If you are in need of Furniture Stoves or Carpets come to Carson Co Get the special prices we are mak ing on clothing Long Cos Econo my Store The cheapest and best shirts in Hartford are at Long Cos Econo my Store Come to Carson Co for all kinds of farming implements also buggies and wagons The most uptodate Soda Faun thin in town is at Z Wayne Griffins Drug Store Mr Sam Barnett has completed his new residence on Washingto- street and moved into it Mrs Carrie Williams Crowley La is visiting Mrs J S Glenn another d acquaintances here Mrs E S Oilman of Hopkins ville is paying her niece Mrs G BI Likens an extended visit 4 Get your meals and lunches at th1City Rcastaurant Most up to place in Hartford Once a customer always a custo mar is the City Restaurants motto We treat you white INew Ribbons for arm bands alt i for only 7c at Long Co Ecsnomy Store amplefyard at Fairs The Biggest towel ever shown in Hartford for only 25c is at Long Cos Economy Store See the prettiest Gray Suits we areshowing at from 750 to 15 a- Long t Cos Economy Store See our line of table Linens both plain and figure Big value at Long Cos Economy Store Say Did you try Cold Drinks at Saunders grocery I should say so I never drink any where else Mr V 0 Ranney has moved with his family to Owensbrowhere they will reside in the near future Where will I find the newest and cheapest things in Milinery A- Long t Cos Economy Store An Ice Cold Drink of Soda Cream at Z Wayne Griffins will make life worth living this hot weather Judge W B Taylor and family were the guests of relatives near Rochester the first of the week Another shipment of German Vat Laces and insertions matched sets at Long Cos Economy Store City Restaurant will be chuck full of good things to cat and drink dur ing the Street Fair and Home Com ing Leave your laundry at Cleve Iler grocery Work guaranteed Prompt- delivery A trent Richmond Laun dry 4Gtf Peters Shoes are the best for style and wear Many diflferentstylcsare shown at Long Cos Economy Store 1 Mr A W Bennett of Nashville Tenn was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J C Bennett last Sat urday Cola Limo Juice Orange any other cold think you may ICoca to order at Z Wayne Just think of it Saunders sells 18lt of standard granulated sugar for 100 and you get a ticket worth five cents Mrs Inez Ward and children are the guests of Mrs Wards parents Mr and Mrs Andrew King Owens borothis week Mrs Clarence Smith and daugh tel Irene of Fordsville were th Kuests of relatives in Hartford the first of the week t1Come to the Street Fair and make us your headquarters Good ice water stood bargainsc at Long Cos Economy Stores Senator A S Bennett of Louis ville was the guest of his parents ogf For sale 150 acres of land within Abargainyon or MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf IDont forget that Sanders wil you a better dinner than any other place in town and it only cost you 15cts At Saunders grocery 1Besides getting the leading county newspaper you can cast ten votes for your boy or neighbors boy to go to the Mammoth Cave all for 100 Mrs JS Glenn atd Mrs D E Thomas attended the Womans Mis sonery meeting of the M E church- atilonderion the first of the week IMiss Wynona Stevens is attending the commencement exercises at Georgetown College She is thei guest of her brother Cecil while there Mr McDowell Fogle is attending j the commencement exercises at visitnthe Kentucky University at Lexing ton while absent ExCounty Attorney W H Barnes who has beel appointed Commissioner for county at the Louisville Home Coming left Wednesday morning for Louisville l to assume his duties i Friedalandfyesterday I Help your boy or neighbors boy win a free trip to the Mammoth cave Full particulars on eighth pages War in need of Spring Chickens Old Hens Eggs Wol and all kinds of good country produce I CARSON Co Mrs John B Wilson and son John Allen are the guests of Mrs Wilsons Mother Mrs Allen of Hawesville Ky County Sunday School Convention- of Ohio county will hold its annual meeting at Hartford Monday and Tuesday July 2nd and 3rd Mr and Mrs Jesse McKinley of Henderson and little Miss Hattie King of Hells Run are visiting Mr and Mrs Kearn Alvey this week Every 100 paid on subscription to TIrE REPUBLICAN entitles you toI ten votes for any boy you would like for us to taKe to the Mammoth Cave Mr McDowell Fogle who has been attending the commencement exercises of Georgetown College and visiting the Kentucky University at Lexington has extended his trip and is also visiting his grandfather Hon McDowell Fogle and other relatives in Central Kentucky Mr Stephen Leach of near Beda died of appendicitis last Monday morning He was one of the best citizens Ohio county ever produced and will be greatly missed by his friends and neighbors His remains were laid to rest Tuesday afternoon at the Patterson graveyard near his old home At a meeting of the School Board Tuesday evening it was decided to have a nine months session of the taxtis same as year It was decided to improve and beautify the college grounds this summer The Knights of Pythias memorial service at Oakwood cemetery last Sunday was largely attended A beautiful program was rendered Knights C M Barnett John B Wil son and J S Glenn responded with excellent addresses on appropriate topics Musics for the occasion was furnished by male quarted consisting of Dr J R Pirtle W M Bean Lee and Henry Long The following are among the Hartford people who have been in attendance at the Home Coming this week Misses Katie Thomas PearlIThomas and wife Mn Wallace Riley Capt S K Cox Mrs E E Birkhead ReWedding wife and two daughters jV S3i3JMJ is a guaranteed protection for you never fails pleasant to usesanitary and bane ficial in its effects Used and recommended by thousands of grate ful married ladies Absolutely harmless Six months treatment 100 Mailed in plain package up on receipt of price Write for par ticularsLE BLUE REMEDY CO 4814 Lenoir N C A Day at the Old Howe Back in the dear old home once more Brothers and sisters met The same sweet place we all still love And never can forget The time hath many changes wrought As in all earthly things Yet each its sacred shelter sought Our heart still to it clings Years had passed since we had sat Together beneath that roof And talked of other bygone days The days of happy youth Gentle faces there we missed That in the days of yore Had welcomed us with loving smiles Within that same old door The spreading maples still are there- With cool refreshing shade The same though taller deeper grown Neath which we oft have played The roses and the lilies white Were in their fullest bloom daysIToosoon the evening shadows fell Across the western sky Too soon the happy days had flown Cr4 0 i STREET FAIR i iIt will soon be here Prepare for Have you a new outfit for that occasion No Why Is it be cause your financialcondition would not allow its Dont worry over that matter Come to us and we can Dress you from head to foot for the small sum of only 10and even less than that For the finer Dressers we have Suits from 4S to 815 A bet ter Suit than our 8250 1350 and U 15 Suite cannot be bought in any fine Tailoring House for less than priceibut the best Workmanship is put into ithese Garments Every Suit is Guaranteed to hold its shape and color i No ilslcin Buying your Clothes herei IIct C UteJUptoDate TONSORIAL SHOP l s Ci = JurIioteSfaadTvo = HiVealae tFifi = Newt Commercial Hotel = aaceter Street = fi = Jolbm W Taylor Proprietor fci fi 49 go EayialiatJesv fashionable Hair Cuts and Sham = ShowS = bt 49 vekasides acoeapltite Clothes Pressing b presseds J t9 35c tCoufsewtdnd 4 vrseed40c to 50e Suits iI lI = pressed25c = lI1 5 And we raaatt el1fIIe To other homesaslotfcer To other duties wmt Wiihh recollectiOIECIf ar1- 11s sweet pasare spellt MLM Centertown Ky lOr T TIeekr Dentist from Lovurillei will be tMcHenry June 18 ISand2 LoW Rates to t1rtIieme Coming On account jaf OK Same P au EaBtackkus Louisville Ky The them Railway will sell ticke- tsBan ef its stations to Louisville at rate fone firstclass fare plus d twentyfive cents for the roundtrip eaJaaell12md 13 with return InaitoJune231906 An extension fumt may be obtained to leave Lou daysIfteaet with the joint agent and making payment of fifty cent fee g n1 scribe for TUB REPUBLICAN r i t I n = n STREET FAIR And Home Coming of Ohio Conn tians to be Held June 2223 Following is a partial list of pre miums offered by Hartfords business men for Street Fair to be held at Hrrtford June 22 and 23 t 1 W H Griffin Druggistthe most popular young lady daughter of a member A S of E of Ohio county between the age of 16 and 22 yearslamp 10 00 Lady receiving 2nd highest vote present to be selected 6 00 2 J C Her Grocerymanbest- jam cake 500 Best pound cake 5 00 Winning cakes to be property of donor 3 City Restaurantbest mare and Suckling colt 7 50 Second best 2 50 4 Sam Bach Dry Goods and Clothing Merchantbest suckling mule colt suit hat and shoes 15 00 5 RWKmgJewelerand Optician oldest gentleman or lady present 1 pair gold rim spectacles 6 50 6 Black Birkhead Livery menhandsomest turnout 1 set of buggy harness 15 00 7 U S Carson Grocer mim best suckling colt foaled in 1906shot 10 00gun 8 A D White Hardware and Groceriesworst turnout two or more to enter 3 00 9 Ohio County Bankbest boy rider under 15 years of age 5 00 10 First National Bankbest la dy rider regardless of age 15 00 2nd best both in gold 10 00 11 J H Williams Druggist prettiest half dozen doilies indrawn work one toilet set 5 00 Handsomest half dozen doilies in em broidered work one hand bag 4 00 Prettiest piece of drawn work cut glass sugars and creams 5 00 Handsomest piece of embroidered work berry set 5 00 12 Fair Co Dry Goods c handsomest turnout driven by young lady three or more to enter- a fine silk dress 15 00 Winners in ring G not eligible in this ring entries cannot be made in both rings 13 Thomas Bros Grocerymen heaviest dozen of hen eggs one clock 2 50 14 Moore Crabtree Meat menfor closest guess to a sealed number in an envelop seventyfive pounds of granulated sugar 15 Sanderfur Co Gtocery menbest pair farm horses 5 00 16 W C Schlemmer Bakery sack race three or more to enter first premium 300 Second premium 2 00 17 Sam Riley Grocerymanbest- half dozen frying chickens 2 50 18 R H Gillespie Blacksmith best bushel of wheat one doubletree and singletrees to match 3 50 19 C E Morrison Blacksmith best half bushel of June peaches one doubletree and singletrees to match 3 50 20 Saunders Co Grocerymen best trio of Plymouth Rock chick ens 2 00 Best two pounds of butter 100 21 Dr E W Fordbest drag for dirt road 5 00 The following points to be consider ed 1st Cheapness and simplicity 40 per cent 2nd Strength and Durability 25 per cent Jrd Effec tiveness15 per cent 4th General Appearance 10 per cent Dr Ford will furnish any information concerning the drag free Members of Ohio County Fiscal Court if present to be the committee to award the premium 22 Bank of Haatford best horse any age or sex 10 00 25 Carson Co General Mer chandise for the most popular young man in Ohio county between the age of 18 and 23 years one buggy 50 00 All ballots to be signed by voter with name and post office address Contest opens June 1st 1000 and con tinues until 4 oclock nn June 23 1903 the last day of the Fair Bal lots can be obtained at our store 24 Z Wayne Griffin Bro DruggistsBest model stallionmare or gelding any ave one gold watch 15 00 To be exhibited under halter 25 Dr J B TappanJeweler and Optican prettiest young lady between 18 and 20 years of age one solid gold ring 6 OC Handsomest young gentleman be wen age of 18 and 2 years a trav eling toilet set 3 00 26 Keown Bros Meat Men largest gentleman present 1 00 Largest lady present 1 00 27 Z Wayne Griffin and Bro Druggistsprettiest handkerchief in drawn work one set Rogers 1S47 knives and forks G 50 28 R T Her Saddlerbest old time fiddler over age of 50years2 50 29 J H Thomas Undertaker potato race 100 yards 3 or more to enter33 potatoes laid 3 feet apart each potato to be carried back to box separate to first 300 Tosecond 200 30 Hoover Bros Confectioners foot race for boys between the age of 10 and 15 years50 yards 2 50 31 Hoover Bros Confectioners best white layer cake 40 pounds granulated sugar 2 25 32 R L Tweddell Bro black smithsbest two chickens any breed one set of doubletree and singletrees 2 50 33 Long Co Economy Store Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc handsomest turnout on horsebank lady and gentleman together any age three or more to enter 8 00 hat to lady 5 00 pair shoes to gentlemen I The American Society of Equity will be given the afternoon of Friday first day for a grand parade ad dress by some leader of national reputation and such other program as they may arrange RULES The following rules have been adopted by the committee and will govern the conduct of the Fair in I all particulars I No citizen of Hartford shall be allowed to compete for any pre mium either directly or indirectly II All entries must be made with the Secretary before 10 a m on the first day of the Fair III No person shall compete for a premium who does not reside in Ohio county nor shall any animalor article be exhibited not produced in Ohio county IV All articles after being exhib ed shall be returned to the owner unless otherwise stipulated by terms of exhibit V All premiums shall remain in possession of person giving same until 4 oclock p m on last day of FairVI There shall be no entry fee charged for any ring VII The Executive board shall select the judges to decide all rings in contest but no judge shall be a citizen of Hartford VIII The Secretary shall keep a record of all the entries and the acts of the Executive Board and upon the award of any premium by the judges he shall issue his warrant on the person offering said premium for same He shall also assist in count ing the vote in any contest for pre miumIX No one but farmers who are citizens of Ohio county shall act upon the Executive Board X No outside amusements or entertainments will be allowed on the streets during the Fair and no lunchor refreshment stand will be allowed on the streets XI No horse buggy nor other vehicle of any citizen of Hartford shall be permitted to enter into any contestXII The following gentlemen shall constitute tho executive board andshall have general supervision over all entries and awards W T Brown Sam Morton A R Pirtle Burch Felix Silas Stevens S A ANDEUSON Chmn C M BAnNETT Sec HEHKR MATTHEWS JOHN E BEAN SAat T BARNETT Committee Bawaro of Ointments for Ca tarrh TliatContalns Morcury as mercnry will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when entering it though the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputa ble physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 con tains no mercury and is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the svstem In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonals free Sold by all druggists Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation ICAS1onXAEeare theIto You Halt Always tough Sutue 7ft f1 tUwU ACTOR BEGAN AS MINSTREL Tales of Lights of the Stage ns to Row Start Was MadeStory of Booth and Banjo Back again in the cars off for Cleveland and at oiir midnight repast the subject of minstrels came up volutes Franiln Wllnou in Scribiuis TllrlI OIl said lit thought lie was one of the first men to black his face after the ap JinnCrowI suppose said Mrs Drew there are very few men in this company who have not at one time or another been associated with minstrel performances I plaved Brudder Jones said Mr Jefferson Everybody knows I was in tilt minstrel business Goodwin ex claimed Yes 1 remarked because we were there together Well joined in Crane I was on the tambourine end with Cami bells ministrels I remember telling this at Lawrence Barret house at Cohasset where the rest of the party consisted of Kdwla Booth and Stuart Itolison Booth then told how lie and J S Clarke were minstrels in their younger Isrys and lie followed this up h declaring that he used to pick little on the banjo 1 laughed i ml Booth inquired the reason and I added Oh nothing much only tooth and the banjo scenu d such an odd combination Murder Only Ill several respects the Alban ians are the most interesting peo ple in Europe They commit no crimes but murder Among them human life has an even smaller value than iu Sicily cud the vest detta prevails even more rigidly The old law of an eye for an eye It tooth for a tooth and a life for a life is strictly enforced but tlu laws of hospitality are equally re wetted and when once a titian has broken bread or tasted snit with Albanians his life is safe against I IIlOIllCItUS long as he remains their guest Worlds Wheat Englands wheat importation for 1505 amounted to 1701127 i hundredweight Russia supplied a fraction more than one quartcr of this 24703200 Argentina a little less than another quarter 23230400 and the British East Indies a little less than a third quarter 22807422 Australia supplied 10004700 hundred weight the United States i0U iOO und Canada 0522030 Tin imports of 1904 were aproxinmte ly the same us those of 1905 Athletic Girls Girls no longer round their shoulders and narrow their chests over their embroidery frames or faint from fright when a mouse scuttles across the floor or a spider drops from the ceiling They play golf and hockey they go in for deep breathing and muscle stretching they cycle SO miles a day without turning It lath they drive a motor as well as the most expert of chauffeurs and their appetites are borrowed from the proverbial wolf Pedestrian Feat David Callard 5f years old Las successfully completed a walkof MO miles within 84 hours walk lug 28 miles in seven hours each day for 12 drays Thee walk was done over the road between Bury St 1linitials and Newmarket England Browse on Thatches The people of the Faroe Minds thatch their houses with turf where brilliant emerald green grass grows in luxuriance and is used as a browsing ground for tin goats nail sheep Trying Position When a man meets his wife in a railroad station he never knows whether to kiss her before all the jieople or to pretend he is just i friend of the fatale Well Preserved Preserved salmon in porcelain lined cans have been found in good condition in England after beiuir i SURE CURE- For All Diseases o- fSTOMACH I LIVER G KIDNEYS kept seven years Light of Radium If a small quantity of radium is leld against the forehead while the eyes are closed one will see till- light Consumption in Canada The annual number of deaths front tuberculosis in Canada is about 9000 Vitality of Wheat An English miller has successfully tested the vitality of souse wheat which was grown in 1830 and carefully preserved since A Nuisance Why is smarty so unpopular Ho is one of these people who come around every dav and tell you it isnt the heat that causes the dis comfort but the hum- idityLrnThT1j r etuisRHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATICA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE SDIOPS taken Internally rids the blood of the poisonous matter and acids which are the direct causes of these diseases externally It affords almost In iermsoenlIblood dltsoltlnc the poisonous sub stance sod removing It trom too system r DRSDBLAND-Of IlrrwtonGa writeS I bti boa aoutlrroraaberr rein vttti Lumbago and Hbramttlvm than xm iol itffMna tried all tb rtcordlM eottM Hither from medkal LotphranbnloundwttU a number o th nothing tbat Rare tb relief obla rom KRItP3 Ikallpn rrIbalmaCsm sad kindred di- daamFREE It you are safff rlnir with nheumatlun Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any Win dred diacfe write to us tore trial bottle of I DROPS and test It yourself SDROPS can be used soy length of time without acquiring a drua habit M It U entirely tree of opium cocaine alcohol laudanum ted oilier similar Inzredlrnu Large IMf Nettle a DROPan taco Des 4 Clou Fee Sot by llracaUUC- WAHSOR RUEUIBJkTlB CURE COHPAIT Drill 80 gas Lake Blrwt CUMC t BEST FOR THE- BOWELS It yon htrent s reguUr hrtlthy movement of tbt bowels every dayyourIIIorwill te Keep your bowels open auil be well Force In the atop of Iolont or pili potion hdanternua Tbs smoothed enilot tnoit perfect way of keeping1 the towels clear and clean is to tak- oCANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY rieaiant 1ilatablePotent Tale flood Do Good Never Sloloit Weaken or ortpel 10 23 and CO tents per bos Write for tree sample and book leton health Address lay Sterllno Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN nil TRADEMARKS promptly obtained In nllaourna or lit IA Vic i Uun PATENTS THAT PAY wlvrrtje them thoroughly at our ttxpt 1s mil JicJp you to mivcus send nwdeL j otoor tutih for FncCTr rt on intrntAUilty 10 year practice OUR PASSING RCFEncriCEC ForfreeUulJeJl- 4M kT rn4t U wrttuto- SOnCoa Sovonth StreetWA3HIWOYOIM D C e Quick Relief and for ache Backaphe Dizziness Indigestion Malarlt etc P1SOS CURE FOK yn mnALL ELSE FAILS Dt Cauch Cjnin Tutee Good gXM Uso In time SU ly druijiMs rr- TWlOtO THE YOUTHS COMPANION Will give Its readers In the 02 Issues of the BOO Volume 7Serial Stories each a took in Iticlf rtflectlnc American life In home camp and Held 50Special Articles ccntrlbuted by Famous Men and Women Stateimto Travellers Writers Led Sclentttts 200Thonchtful and Timely Editorial Articles en important Piblic and Domestic Questions 250Complete Stories by the best of Living Story Writers Stories ol Character Stories et- Achierrment Slortei fit Humor 1000notes on Current Events and Dlicoveiits in the Field of Science and natural history 2000bright and Amusing Anecdotes Items of Strange and Curious Knowledge Poems and Sketches Health Articles Religious AltltlesIChildrens PAte cteIThe subscription price of The Com panlon la SI7S n yearonly three nndI n half cents n week Subscriptions can begin nt any time II Mid fmoI f rn g Srrle ftflft r lit fp r Kimt Iu lr ItMrMl trf THE YOUTHS COMPANION Voile Muss New SuMcrfrfcm KfdlrtJ at This Office c c Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat RENT PAYS FOR LAND IcrtK SKIM ft the Southwest Il lien lani Sells for 15 and lent for 5 Per Acre One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and North Louisiana is the fact that cleared land rents fur 5 per nero cash and can be bought for 750 to 15 per acre It costs from SO to 10 an acre to clear it Other improvements necessary are slighaml inexpencive The soil is rich alluvial or made acre worth 15 to CO This account It produces a bale of cotton per for its high rental value Others crops such as corn small grains grasses vegetables and fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to C cuttings a ton to a cutting and brings 10 to 16 per ton In other sections of these states and in Texas as well the rolling hillland is especially adapted to stock raising and fruit growing Land is very cheap 3 to 10 acre improved farms 10 15 to 25 per acreThe new White River country oilers many opportunities for set tiers High rolling fine water it is naturally adapted to stock pod fruit raising Can be btught us low as 3 per acres See this great country for v r self and pick out a locution Descriptive literature with mareu- pon request The Misouri PacificIron Moun tain System Lines sell reduced rates round trip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each to points in the West and Southwest good rc turning 21 days with stopovers For descriptive literature ulnw time tables etc write to R T G MATTHEWS T P A- Louisville Ky or H C TOWNSEND G P T A St Louis Mo SICILIANHALLBRenews the hair makes it new again restores the freshness Just what you need if your hair Is faded orturninl gray for it always restores the color Stops fshling hair alsoUJ tllt Ut1C OO II LEOTRIC Core Head 1 month BITTERS fJSj elI Y I 1 C HIUltNTT LS nHlllT BAR JETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAZY llAlifltI1tD Ij Y Will iritrtfrrthtlr ri fiiulonlu till the court IIblu iiiljoiuliiiriiiuiuiriHtniiriinrtiir Apical Sinflnl attention Rlvrn tn liuilnixmcntruird Ihrlrrnr ullrcfluuenudthrlrectltroofSrWI- nnlnntl Krai ltntnlw IHW ttpiHlnltUH Ollliflu llrUHLKMk llnllOinK FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law II A IITF11t Ik ItY- WIIIirMcll lit iirorwlnu In Ohio And ml JoluliiKfiinnty iinil In Ih Cnnrt lit pxiil Crlmliml inictlii and fnllrelliinii a iiwclaltjr- Otllif In Iliit4lrrnl ImllilliiK CHASM CROWE LAWYER HAKTFOKD KY 11111101 hl iirolwulnii In nil Hi moms rl Ohio and niljnlnlntr rnniitlro and In the Cou- rIoflhprnl SIsrlnlallentlnualrentycrlnnnnl- iirnrtln nnil h Iollrcllnnii fur corner Sir- krtdndCenter rtrIrTbonnrroturr uptntlr TNO B WILSON- i A1TORNEV AT LAW HARTFOKD KY Mwnhlttattun calm tn rrtllrtlonsmaklsi coonyR H WEDDING Attorney at LawHA- RTFORD Kv vVIII 111141Inrrutelnhn 101011 prmptivttl to Al IInIIJrllnnrfntilomiaiitjr Imrr Phi II- M I ItItIS IItxtV1 vooiiWAli ilEAVRiN 8 WOODWARD tto eu s hI KrUMIIir innilbloartnA 110 SH andColkriou YANCY L MOSLEY A IOIN tar AT LAW Ilartfnril Kentucky Will prnctlwhis protlon ID nil tin Cnnrt of- bin sad mlJolnlHir cnunltr and In thi Court ol Ani ml Alii S torT IaMlr O0ln n r Pint Nntlonnl hunk I VIIIIAltrS H A AMlClmOV 4 BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys ani Counselors at Law iiAirrmnn UY The unilrnJKnnl nnnnnDro that they hoe formed it pnrlneri hli for the prrtkofLowin- allrnurtStile and Keilrral with affirm south Ids of dtntn Strict opluelto Cunrt llraw lUrt furd Kr AlmtrnrtliiRTUlm end Illlirntlan af fcnling Till to Item IMut olll be glees ni- enl olicutton Notnry In olttrV II IIAIINKH K AAMiKIIXON KILLTH COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PrIceFOR100 Surcit inul ui icitcot Cure for all THROAT nod LUKO TROUB LES or HOKE ACIi- PROCURED A A D ndmodrk u- usrcettnkkYlrecopjrh htjctc IN ALL COUNTRIES Julttt direct vIM II rare time manryaiiJcfttntkefalmt Eatlusidlrlrrllasty Math street epA salted States ratat OBet WASHINGTON D C z TROUGH RIVtR E COMPANY i NfIIRrIlIIATIW1 I The Rongh River Telephone Co I Is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15 cts 45 miles 20 cts c JWOBANNON Mgr Beaver Dam Ky THE GOOD THAT MEN DO Brawny Butcher Stops to Feed Pigeons Then Oraba One Bird Is Liberated by Cop rA big brawny mail with tIll florid complexion and vigorous Nppearanee that most butchers have drove through Icnu square says tie IMilladelphiii North American HiH horses were sleek and well groomed and his wagon was loaded with halves and quarters of the animals that mankind liken to Il t- All the wagoo pawned the south west corner of till city hall a Hock of the pet pigeons which in Jiabit the crevices of that 1 tllllllIlIlI pile settled down on tie pavement The butcher stopped Ills horses and got out of the wag on Taking from one coat pocket a handful of ground peanuts he approached the Hock and with en dearing words coaxed the birds to come up an eat out of his hand It was such an exhibition of affection as one would tint look for in a butcher hardened as he is supposed IIi beby his ruthless profession One of the spectators to this performance was a big reserve po liceman a tenderhearted fellow I who loves the pigeons anti who was much nlTeiled bv the butch ers kindness The tears started to his eyes as he saw the brawny teamster making love to the1- 1irtlH Thats mighty pretty sight said the policeman huskily At that moment the butcher with a quirk and dcxtcrouy move ment of his right arm caught one IIIIf the unsusKcting pigeons hut it up in his coat and mount ed the seat of the wagon The policeman dashed away leis tears and made for the butcher with n roar of rage Itefore the man IHlIIIlhllIII1 to his horses the pn11ce11uw m11 hUllltl1 bins nil the sent and liberated the fright ened bird which llutlcrcd away 11 join his panicstricken compan ions If I ever catch you ut that lignin Ill not only run you in but Ill knock your block on Routed the policeman who didnt like to have his ideals so rudely I1llIIlttllIIel to me youre awful par your darned ni- tt11ds said the aggrieved batch fr as Iu drove inlay What i pigeons for if tlllyflllt to lilt INDIANS AND RAILROADS Trnlls of the I d Men Used by Build ers of Railways Through the Wildernen Sail Hamilton said if there never Wilt to be any railroads it would have bivii an iiiiierlinencc ii Columbus to have discovered America The Indians knowl IIIIf the IniiilidiiltlildliletIUllI- II the rivers mid hikes and or tlu positions of the portages and MM readiness under the right sort n I persuasion to put I biN knowl edge at tilt service of explorers missionaries and fed lor stood oil this stigma from Iolunlhuis- efOllhlel11111I1SlllllNII1HfalI llamyiu Atlantic Indians guided I apt John Smith hiuiipaln and J1 Sille through the wilderness Indian trails bluzeil the pathways fur the pioneers through forests awl over mountains Sometimes these trails were utilized by the railway builders At the Louis iana Inrclmse exposition at St Louis and at the Ivwsand Clark fait Lt Portland were monuments I II tlu heroic Shoshono girl Sill nijawea who piloted Lewis and chirk across the Jtocky 11101111 tains and through the wilderness on each suit of thnt range in their exploration tojhe Pacific a cen tury ago Vulunblo Winkle Shell Haters of winkJcs will he wiser 3f they IcrpIiafrfl1 watch for shells ill which ho spiral runs till reverse way to f heiiormal Fitly dollars has IHLII given for a single specimen of I11lsfirak formation Left handld shells of all kinds are extremely rare sad always command good prices V Tax on Pnfc The project of a tax on fut plO- P h is heingVoiisiilortfil InSwcdeu The advocates of the IhIIlglle unit when it man is above a cer vtan W1gi rt in n w ilnil slid a Vh consequently prosjurous condi ton and so jn U position to con tribute easily to the public funds MEDICAL TEACHING FAULT College Men Facing Serious Prob lent in Widening of Knowledge on Former uzzleaIAdvances in knowledge are go rapidly widening the medical horizon that the construction of u properly balanced curriculum is to those in charge of medical llohllllIIIIJHdition the professor in charge of each brand llnds difliculty in choosing from the almost ex Imustlcss material at Ills com mand that which is of most value in the limited time at ills disposal Largely because of this Tlisparity bet Wll1I1IlUtlIhll and the time for its presentation each teacher tOIl centrates his attention upon the points pertaining to his subject This to a degree is eminently proper but partly from necessity nod partly from hake this eon Cc lit ratititII is tots often m11d- etx1iThe head of each depart ment attempts to make of the stu dents under him specialists in that branch at least if such at tempt be not consciously made the teaching imparted tends mightily in tills idreclion As a consequence sue or both of two re silts is almost inevitable First the importance of a branch is exaggerated and its re IlIlillll l0 other h1U11I11I1I iS colic sjioiiilingly minimized Much sub ject is thus presented in an iso Intel nod somewhat overdrawn manner nod the student must needs compare lull correlate them a task which the excel tional 1111111 may accomplish but fur which the average medicnl undergraduate is entirely 1111111 ted by previous training and for which he has neither the time nor the inclination Second the prac tical side of the subject is subor illll I Ill to the scientific aspect Inn relIty learned discussions IIIjtIIIthlll4to the higher classes 01 even to sophomores lull freshmen 1114 111I tures Wellrounded accurate frithally summarized pn eiita lions of the subject though these may be they go over beheads of the student just as surely as though delivered in Creek to men unfamiliar with that language linthi lash leads to luck of hal ance the teaching specialist being as prone to this condition is is the jracl icing sjn inlisr WIRELESS SAVES LIVESI u Report or Commnmer Cites Incidents Where Death Would Have Ho- sulttd Jut for UM of Sydtwn People who still think wireless telegraphy only a scientific toy will be lute tllI reading the ollicial report of Commander 11 pert ilcnves I S X Command er Cileuvis who i + in charge of the iiuval torpedo lnlOIlIlI Newport It II gives a list of 11 distinct cases in hIi live and property were tVOl from piotMtih1 loss at lest Ihiougli nt ar nr of the wireless lel IijlhlcllntilJl at Newport alone The most start ling case will that of linTsliIj Xo W ifrniii whicli all hands Wire sued thouuii the shp was lost Tin above shown snys Com mniider Heaven what a tremen dous factor wireless telegraphy is destined to htnuv ill amlliorat1- 11g and in many eases altogeth er averting disasters on till high tIa 1 Mnnia for Shopping The executor of the estate if- IIii lute Mrs Mary Cook tang of Brooklyn who died at Flushing fllllhOl1pillj IIII81fhlcontaining tin purchased articles which iledltlr large Itrooklyit residence from top to bottom one room being out iMiy tilled wit lJ handkerchiefs He IIillt Sufferedt Who is your to MuchIposerV ilsked the chill I dont know answered Mr Hubbubs wearily And if I did know I wouldnt lie able to pro I nouaeJFllls name7Stray Stories i w x i N WERE TRAPPED IN A SEWER Refugees Narrowly Escape Being Drowned When in Flight from Prussians at Siege We heard above us a dull rum ofImasses men we concluded that the Prussians were now entering the fortress and occupying the gates and the ramparts says an extract from Reminiscences of n Long Life in McClures Magazine We also heard the striking of a church clock which gave the hour our bevel being near one of the manholes UPPCllolld In1tlwheavily that we could clearly hear the splashing of the water us il poured down At first it seemed IJlifllIIIlIhleHilt before long the matter ap peared in a different light VV felt that the water was rising Inl 0111 solver and soon it began shoot through it with hemence IIIII mountain IIhllIu1 After awhile it Hooded tilt bench upon whirl we were sitting and touched up 10 our chests Wej also perceived living creatures i which suddenly with great activ r1lIl1ll1tIlIIlIllawltdlllOlllltll1llrhl 11 have to get out I snd to my companions or we shall be drowned We lIft our bench and pushed forward I lad hardly lItIl vanccd a few steps when III the darkness I ran my head against i hard object I touched it anti din covered that the obstacle was an htIcame me been put there for the purpose of cutting tilt In time of siege com jiuunication between the interior of the town and the outside thoughllmy companions brought us Ill most to despair lint when 1 hiidungeon window I noticed that jit could be moved a little and 1 further examination proved that it did nut reach quite down to the bottom but left a free space of about two feet Probably th i railing was so arranged that it could be pulled up 01 let down so Unit till sewer might be opened for purposes of cleansing and then shut again HE CHANCED HIS TACTICS Rancor Could Not Seo by Flickering Light So PTBUUCS Paper to Adopt Larger Type t When One method fails ml visitl Coiiynjisimm Ualcll in an idtlHs8 to a large iisj imlliit of tniiiliMits dont lit tlifiioarapd Try nnotliLr If a bridge is too frail turn your team into tile stream and float ucrogn- An acquuhitanett of iniiu who travels home each eveniug mi II- uubiirlmn train hud ondtttvorud tor jear to iiurmimlp the railroad rniniNittT to initnUa bfttot sya tiia of lilitiug Its earliP jsncrttd that Ills vyv were bslnjr rniiiiil tiviiiK to read till evening jmiMTThis regular coiupluint wns UatMieil to putiuatly by the con dnetor till higher nflidale madf promise but lilt dim lijhta gon tinued to flicker Finally thoidlK yiiHted 11I1slII er eea ed to jrnin I bk and made no further tlTortis to lead I Oiie arcing flu conduiitot1 WHS iinrtlud lo nee a omnltK M t sat le- on my friendM fare as he sat in the cur eagurly reading his paper i The yhjaw d at tilt Iniiijis but nothinj had been dulit tO afd to their brilliiUifv Jio ci11J1J very curlutis and olkKed the fol lowiii eilaaation i When d fi ji nd that Itollid I not iiirtiienco great i rpori tion 1 tniklud a Idmr one Audi 3iiccicild nflPer Bind ug till lilwo paper imbllj her to use a hirgtr faced tjpe j Corn for France The arraje Ynnnal linporta i tioiin of f iiiiii cunt ino Ftahci fir the past three yii4 VTII 11 Ii OIMKI rxi N 1 IiiI ihi i t1tiIt HfjojjilIi 11It 11 L u nun average 01 4zOOvlnt miguei Koiiinania i000OIfl and the Uii cd States 80000 bushels WagonYeast Ark where water was turned Into wineCliiliSOflbeflkOh no the Ark was the original water wagon THE WIZARD OF CALIFORNIAI Luther Burbank Brings About Changes to PlantsMight Well Be Called a Magician r In a vliit covered cottage which thermlivesleast he does things so wonderful that they seem like the work of i wizard I If II man with bushy hair and pointed goatee and fierce musj tnulie should come along and i Ilnd1Iries if he took a small imperfect daisy and changed the plant Into i one that would yield large beauti ful Showy Jlowers if he should HOWllIthin shells and white meats in stead of thick shells and brown meat 1I wouldnt you call such aI man a wizard lint Mr Luther Utirbnnkwlio has done all tills and many things I tlIIIIIIHI wonderful carries no 0111dlll1about his plants and lowers he1 might tell you that he has only helped to give nature a chance to do some of the things she likes to do He would say thew is a great deal of hard work IIIlIh patience and trying in all he does but really 110 magic We have all noticed how a cer thin plant or tree gives us every i year the same kind of fruit A tree that bears red apples always hears just that kind We novel look there for apples of any other color If we Sure a geranium whose lowers are white we know that its flowers will always be white At least so we used to think But Mr Binbank is teach i hifHMhat with a little help na ture Js willing to turn a rVd poppy Situ a yellow one and to let the prickly cactus grow without thorns and briars j Thiiik what such a change will menu Thousands of miles on tin Weslerilhut ins are covered with cartns which grows and thrives even without rain The plant will make a rich food for cattle when Mr Binbank persuades it to grow ithniittliorns I Pat do not suppose these changes are made in a single day I or a single slimmer If a fruit is 1111 be Improved a wellselected t trig OP slip is grafted upon a thrif 1 y lnltiiy young tree and then one must wait to see what grows Win n Ii Burbank wishes to hid 5V kind bf flower or improve an old 1111 1 i ajnliikles the pollen or lut iiiwiUVOf one lower upon tin itni ofuiother This may give Mm niethhir new It he tikes tin airit he does till same thing lie i season always lining the HtTngwrt most thrifty plants Thiiv of the cnreful work and the II of patljPUt waiting i1 oj most urpn inii tiling MjiBuibmik has done la to rrcr I HUt ldlUl of fruitIeenils it Hi piuincot WHS a plum 11111 its mother was Il- lapli4tIthus no pit or stoup nntl i IicJitT In Harm than either the airicQtpr tilt plum So altw natnli hula been work hog ii her wYn way tar t hon lIl11h of viirx lliu11 It plait man living ill a cottap and dhwtinjr nature jnto new ways Would you not call him aiwizard Mr Andrew iHrtrnejile thinks these expeii nlOUls so useful that he huts given a ha rmynitt of money to be used bv Mr Buibank iirhis work Yii iuio indiifr p n lower anima to cat heartily when not feeling well A sick dojr starves himself and ffets weJU The Htnroach once overworked must have rest themes as your feet or eyes You dont have to starve to rest your stomach l for Dyspepsia takes UP thrf AorkSljr your stinacii di to l r 1st 1tt 111 j11 it u wanveihstomnchTryhodol Sold hv I Wayne Griffiif S5Bro m j y STRONG Again It what Mrs Lucy Stovallof Tilton Oa said after taking Kodol Dypplia- LCur Hundreds C of otherweak ye womtn art being re- storedI to perfect health by this remedy YOU may be wiUifyouwIUUkr IL IndlgettloneautM nearly all the sickness that women hays It deprives the system of nourish meniand the delicate organs peculiar ta Women sufferweaken and bfcom diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole tome food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartburn and all stomach disorder Digests What You Eat O llukttl ktl ll4 I I Frtputd M U Lb- neatasuhasQI er UrrtIOP Wltt rlalr II ut da I I eOClu a DIA ruin by 35 WAYNE UHItFlN Big Four Route EXCURSION BULLETIN For April 1906 Minnesota North and Soiltli Dakota Manitoba Western Ontario Sskatchewan Rssin iu0iaandfllkrtanndess8eect tiers tickets Dates of sale April 3 1017 and 24 1906 I leturnnin Indiana only Dates of saleApril 24 and 25 190- GNorthern Michigan fpUliTi HomeSeekers Excursion April 10 and 24 May 8 and 22 California Washington Ore gon Idaho Montana Utah and Intermediate Territory Special one way second class colonist tickets on sale daily to and including April 7 1906 San Francisco and Los An geies Cal And return Dates of sale April 24 to May 4 1906 Alcxico One way second class colonist tick ers on sale daily to and including April 719C6- Apply to nearest Big Four agent U S RIllilN Genl Pass Agt- Cincinnati 0 S J GATES Gen Agt- Louisville Ky THE REPUBLICAN is propjwd to do vour Job PrhtiNff in n first class ninmier Thousands of Acres For Sale ai reasonable price acia Agiictdtutal and Miincrrai lailDdt along the line of the WON MOUNTAIN ROUTE sal Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas mot direct lino via ST lOVES AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman tleeplne and tree rKJnIp choir cars HomeneoKoro Bxcurolons first and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets JrItrs etc en application IIC TOWRSEM R T ilTTHI- t1Sit1trrrlt rralhliibexrlt +s rlm Oars+ Iw M- v S tl ITELEPHONE AN- DTelegraph Co Incorporated 7 herea nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My business baa Increased and my wlfea voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition lL E PAIR Mgr Wltlm tC mTOho County Clrcnlf Court TFIIIrkhiKl Judge Den D ItlngoAttorney Ueear illdklfl Jailer Ed O linrrnm Clerk I Freak Lell1 Mater Com ItftOrRntJollRrddayln March and August Dad continues thrte weekend third Monday In May and NoTmber two week WHTlnMieyClerkEM IseachmonthMondayIn JaouaryShroveNw AllenCoronrrJln CovatmV23September Y3September Spteruher9SeptemberY9SeptemberHerbert lender CentertownMarch Jane23 September 1 December SO aoSeplemberH itfor43clle Court Atoroveeeeeecond Monday In enrbmonth Zlllerlou S jole Sundayeachcocoa Wedoudaenlog nlgbbelorePrayermeetingunrdner ptttor eaebmontbnod paltor School TrneteeenartfordC M Crowe J S IIIeodlclonCSLCroweDeoQDrJCocret SoclU Frlda7ullfbt8 OrMonday MaceshNo PyCblaIPmiton Morton Pout No 4 G A II bold leg alar meellngiSaturdnybeforeflrst Sunday In each mouth Southern Raiway Shortest ani Fastest Lines XIiQl1- 0uisllIdamiIIe ant Lexington V 81 l m ml ff0 WestT- wo Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lye Lexington C45 a m Lye Danville 580 a m Lye Louisville 900 a m mI tion Cafe Car Lye Lexington 500 p m Lye Danville 445 m J1Arrm m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin ing Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent statup for Land of this Sky Booklet and other illustrated literature W G MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky II C1ciNG G P T A Ill Ea t MninLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T PA 11i East Main St Lexington Ky A R GOOK C P T A 231 Fourth Avc Lnuisville Ky c H IJUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G It ALLEN A G P A SeI1outs Mo = u r 8brjJi for Tux RpfIJ1WM h i I Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 15 HIS ONE MARVELOUS SHOT Hunter Aimed nt Doe and ffilled High on DlutfEstabltsitsd i Rep as NimrodIt The saying A fool for ucki was never more clearly illustrated than in a little anecdote told br Col Evans in his Look on Califor nia TIle author speaks of buck fever as being one of the most violent diseases which ever at tacked the human system ItJtout been the undoing of many an ex perienced hunter but iu the CUR cited by Col Evans it proved to be the making of a reputation A farmer in Illinois named Wheeler had never fired a gun One winter however he heard so much talk about the sport ofini t ing that his ambition became cx oitcd and borrowing a gun hn started out When lie came back lie brought a magnificent buck shot by himself square ia the mid dIe of the forehead lie said Utile about his achievement but got the credit of being a crack shot a reputation which although be went hunting no more he held for several years Then one lay ho told his story and lost his name as a sportsman He had seen a doc drinking out of a creek at the foot of a bluff about 20 feet high With wild ex citement he got his gun to his shoulder shut his eyes set Its teeth and pulled till trigger Tu his astonishment he saw tile dm hound away unhurt while at the same time a glorious buck pitched headlong from the bluff into time creek slote dead The burl had i eoa looking down at the dot and Wheeler bad not seen him at all but his shak ing gun sent its shot on a fatal al though unintended errand fought Beggars Baby A lady in costly mourning attire was walking in a street in Vienna one day when she sawu beggar woman with three chit ilren one of them a girl of two sit ting at the foot of the monument She sent u street porter to ask il she would give up the girl The woman nodded whereupon the lady in black walked up to her gave her souse hanknotes and took the child to a store Half an hour later she emerged with time saUl child elegantly dressed ailud a cab and drove away Malaria In Horses The horse sickness of Cape muillritlHltllowliving swamps or left out at night Horses pass safes through niTected dishids during the day The government hint teriologist of Xnfal suggests that i the mosquitoes carry the infer tion amid he limas shown that Siorses protected by wire gauge or t llIolw may remain unharmed inj UtIjJItIJRelic of Wesley A loving cup of old English jack I wood once owned by Hwhop As Lurys mother and frequently Cased UII Haemmenlal cure by John Wesley when lie adminis tered the siicrameiil to the little band of Methodists at the Asbury home has just been given to the Wesleyan university iliddle fowu 1111111 Etiquette in Spain Ladies seldom rise iu Spain to receive a mall visitor and they rarely accompany him to the door Tri a Spaniard to give to a lady even his wiChis arm when out walking is looked upon as a de cided violation of propriety No ComeBack Husband in an aside to hi- arICeIf you cant think of some more anecdotes of our chlldreuii smartness lets go home right away for theyre gett ing ready to tell us things about their own Jaltimore American Fish Fact reserved fish are generally cifuri economical as food than fut+h fish Thus salt cod fur or7mieba CO per cent more nourish ingot than dues fresh cod Short Pearling Season Although the Ceylon pearlfish 1 cour1j I ta 1 brought b the surface in that- TIdusy til to Work The way to ssnnniand a good dice Is te merer Cheapen ones stack fa trade At least that is OhioBuetcpeace nnn sajra a writer in the Philadel tip Public Ledger has missed Jilf calling Girtititsopportunity Ja would soon make a name aavng the JmnrtirBts An otter nty In neighboring city wrote to Into to inquire aiboat a judgment slut had beta entered against a tdtent He iniiliwctl a stamp for rrply SereraH days later he re aired a postal tanl bearing this jccssage 1luuringairyreceived- 11eg to inlorm FlU that my turn is mighty TraJuitbFe just now Corncutting Is most nigh here politics is auajfliu and the bass fishing is fiR If you would in close a dollar luH it might stimu late me some 1 paid two dollars oaet to a tawjer for answering qnratioH aed all Le said was NostayFlveTeara at One Desk How LealUtjra rocation the law is has beea OULI again proved in Suffolk where tfcf death has oc curred at Bnngarof Mr Ambrose Itoatwrighl at lltt ape of 85 Uji to twoymarsainrefor no less than C3 years tae incrtrpfea without o single brew the same desk in the office of a rtufifsalititotS AT OUTS WITH THE FAMILY Farmers Son Was to Marry Widow His Daughter Ws Suing Alleged Lover nndCttiHid Deserted Along about nc rir as L was rid eg horseback along a South Da kota highway i name upon a set tIer at his gate rays a writer in time Kodicsfrr Democrat and IJhronkSe and after he had brought my liorfta pail of water lie asked Strangcr dytJR meet a strap ping young man with a set jaw between here aiei EUeiidaleV1 Yes 1 belk I didl replied Wall that was my son Jim going to town to marry a widder woman 12 jtare older than he is Tinrn laic lidf bat he wouldnt listen to rae tlit you also meet a gal about 20 TKIC old between here and townT Crosseyed aafi tier nose turned app Yep ThaCcr pal Sal whos gone to town 1o sw a feller for Lrcachofproniiar log her eats Lot nobody ever ked tier to mar rr him orerer TrUI I also tiittii woman about nil years old I suit Red hair nod freckled face1 Yes Thais mrn d1 iroman I told lice this niuruiup ittat if Ihldlalut like my ways aiht could take the outside of Uielnxiscvund drat her antis if she diJat walk off I ris going to ask jon to stop to dinner but its iuiag are as they are I assured liitu that I wasnt a bit fmngry and that his excuses mere all right and lent him a chew of tobacco 4iuI Me him trying to whistle up his vptrits Safety Matches In Germany After Jumiurf J 1108 till Gee man governmetij will prohibit the use of yellow atxl white phosphor us in the uianufxctnvc of matches Jt Is believed 1 neurosis caused Ly the workKrtn handling phos phorus JMtIutt faecoditury The goveramenl report on a safe and harmless prtccss of motel manufacture practically turns matchmaking into a government monopoly after Jtlw forthcoming date Befrifferotac Sara in France Cold stragesxrs for time convey anco of tIemli and meat from the cminlrf fiDrtts of Charente IoitoBr Tim VfirGee and Tburaine for ihelariaanarktt have been in troduced BB duce state railways of France at the interests of the figricvltuTiBtK Milo pay ten per rent afore tie wdfnurr freight tariff for the owe al the cars Dt trmtiO vm Sparrows The Toadn Guard of agrifiil tore adrocalra tdlminiahing the utnaber fh usciiarrowH It has bleD found fcjr Bitrndreds of ex aoilnativna Ihal from 75 to 80 per cntof Uwondttf the adult birds titrongtieat iiur year consists of aggregateLttut are unchecked is very large Made by a Negro The flrstnecdle used in England was made in Queen Marys reign by a negro who unfortunately died before imparting the secret to anyone In the reign of Queen Elizabeth the art of needlemaking wits rediscovered by a German who imparted it to an English mil II Mountain tor Kaiser The kaiser has recently become a landowner in Switzerland by means of a legacy A wealthy Herman merchant bequeathed to time cniK ror n whole alp known as the Illlgen alp in the clinton of Berne Women in Dining Cars The Siinukl railway companyof Japan has engaged uniformed ItsIdining cars They are not allowed to accept fees or to chat with tray elers Our Troubles We are wont to look forward to troubles with fears of what they will inflict but back upon them with wonder at what they have saved us from Chicago Journal Wheel of Leather Leather waste is no longer wasted Manufacturers use it in a compressed form instead of iron to make cogwheels Bible Popular Headings from the Bible are now being given in Berlin by pro fessiQual reciters c flu STO OEl at JiBein the1M Kind You Hats Aswan Boajtr 8111rn 1f +Notice The members of the Executive Committee of the Twentysixth Legislative district of Kentucky consisting of Ohio Butler and Ethnon son counties are called to meet at Morgantown Butler county Ky on the 19th day of June 1906 at 1 oclock p moo standard time for the purpose of devising a plan for the purpose of nominating Republican candidate for Representative in said Legislative District and to attend to such business as may become necessary M S RAGKANN Chmn Twentysixth Legislative Dist Re publican Committee Marriage License The following persons have been licensed to wed since our last report Wayne Cromes age 21 to Sudie Brown age 16 Albert Jennings age 18 to Effie Jarnagan age 15 Mack Dowell age 22 to Lillie Filmore age 23 Iniss L Murphy age 19 to Myrtle Freeman age 18 E W Carmicle age 29 to Mary S Simpson age 32 A Rat Killing Time It is quite common to hear of a rat killing time but a sure enough rat killing time is what seven men and one dog had at the old Carson place near Nocreek a few days ago A prominent citizen reports that such a crowd killed 119 rats in one afternoon If any one can beat it let him speak out- Congressional Convention Called to Meet at Hodgenville Pursuant to call a meeting of the Fourth Congressional Republican District Committee of Kentucky was this day held in Room 33 Hardesty HotelLebanon At said meeting it was ordered and directed by said committee that all the Republican County Committees in this the Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky call mass conventions to meet in all the precincts of their respective counties on Saturday June 30 1906 at one oclock p m1 standard time to select delegates to attend county conventions directed to be called by said county com mittees to meet Monday July 2 1906 at one oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attend a Congressional District Convention hereby called to meet in Hogenyille Kentucky Tuesday July 10th 1906 at 11 oclock a m standard time to nominate a candidate for Con gress in this the Fourth Congression al District of Kentucky to be voted for at the November election 1906 The basis of representation in each county shall be entitled to in said district convention shall be one dele gate for each one hundred 100 or tfrorfsns over fifty 50 votes cast a Now is the TimeN- owI when this weather just makes one dream of the cool and delightful retreats of the Adiron dacksOf the Thousand Islands of the St Lawrence The thousand lakes and streams of Michigan Canada and the north westWhere one can roam with fishing rod along shady forest streams nnd swing the line out over the deep poolsOr paddle through quiet waters withonly the music of the forest or the ripple of the water to break the deep quiet of the solitude Now la the time to consult your nearest Big Four Agent as to routes rates and information regarding your vacation trip Four cents in stamps will bring our Worlds Playgroud H J RHEIN G P A- Cincinnati 0 The Big Four the road with the service S J GATES Genl Agt- Louisville Ky m for President Roosevelt in 1904 viz Breckenridge 21 Bullitt G Grayson 22 Green 12 Hardin 17 Hart 18 LaRue 9 Marion 12 Meade SNelson 13Ohio 31Taylor Washington 14 Lebanon Ky May 1 1906 M L HEAVRIN Chmn 4th Con Rep ComKy- B T CONWAY Secy Protein Pursuant to the foregoing call the Republicans of Ohio county are di rected to hold precinct conventions in their respective precincts I urday June 30 1905 at 1 pclockI for the purpose of electing to attend a delegate be held in Hartford Monday 12 1906 at 1 oclock p m Julyj basis of representation in said gate convention shall be one delcl gate for every 25 or fraction votes cast for W B Taylor for County Judge on November 1905 according to which basis the various precincts shall be entitled to the following delegates viz East Hartford 7 West Hartford 7 Beda G Sulphur Springs 6 Magan 3 Cromwell 5 Cool Springs 3 North Rockport 4 South Rockport 3 Select 4 Horse Branch 5 Rosine 8 East Beaver Dam 3 West Beaver Dam 6 Smallhouse 2 McHenry 5 Center town 6 East Fordsville 6 West Fordsville 5 Aetnaville 2 Shreve 3 Olation 3 Buford 2 B rtletts 4 Heflin 2 Ceralvo 2 Point Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ralph 3 Prentis 2 Herbert 1 Arnold 3 Render 4 Done by order of Republican Ex eculive Committee June 4 1906 11 S RAGLAND Chm JAMES 11 DENEEWE Secy Notice to Wheat Farmers Of Ohio county anti especially to Equity farmers As there is a farmers strike on at this time and huts been since March 1 to keep farm pVoduets from further declin ing und as the minimum price on wheat is one dollar let the farmers stand solidly for ono dollar for all the wheat raised in Ohio county for the year 1900 as one dol lar is only a fakir and equitable price for wheat any year David Moreland Pres A S of E Ohio county r Third Appellate Court District Convention Pursuant to the direction of the 3rd Appellate Court Republican District Committee of Kentucky it is hereby ordered and directed by said Committee that all the Republican county committee inthis the third Appellate Courts District of Ken tucky call mass conventions to meet in all the precincts of their respect ive Counties on Saturday June 30th 1906 at 1 oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attend county conventions directed to be called by said county Committees to meet Monday July 2nd 1906 at 1 oclock p m standard time to se lect delegates to attend the District Convention called to meet in Hodg ensville Ky Tuesday July 10th 1906 at 1 oclock p m standard time to nominate a candidate for Comm FIRST NATIONALBANK Of Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in- DIRECTORS Gum LIKENS ALVIN ROWE BUKCII FEUX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN ++ ++++ +++ I +++++ 4++++++ 4+++++++ 4++++++++++++++ I BANK OF HARTFORD I 1 i 1 COl trOI LA1 1CV IHMS I = Capital StockMMM 4000000Surplus 12 OOOOO3 i Stockholders Addil Liability = 4OOOOOO I Securety to Depositors 9200000 tJ W FORD President JOIIN T MOORS t H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK CashicrI fJhlOlJtROOhIi Directors + i JNO C THOMAS + P R11 e QRUdt1r Jit11e Jlff3e sa CJir2 3B JtJB JJBtJ jj THE- SUn1ner i Torn i OfTKe o 2 Hartford Business Institute I OPENS MAY 28 f Wo are prepared to give you tlioiough training in Single anti Double Entry Bookkeeping in all its forms practical everyday Laws of BiiHim ss13usiness ffialftinggWritef I anti increase your moneyearning capacity from jj- ffpershould be done today Please give this mutter 2- j your earnest attention at once 2 M NETTIE ROGERS Principal ffif C311xt II TO MAMMOTH CAVEContinued from First Page e p trt tvrkmlF1 t l 1t t4 G L4 ttt1G4 ttt e NOT GOOD AFTER JUNE 25 3 FreeTrip to Mammoth Cave Ballot t This Ballot will count one 1 vote for Mr District No r When properly filled out and returned to TilE REPUBLICAN of fice by mail or otherwise on or before expiration date shown above ettti aH H rt1ri UtH tun t II t H H tu t ue THE DJSTRJCTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No IEast and West Hartford East and West Beaver Dam and Prentis fBranchDISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vot ing precincts DISTRICT No 4East and West Fordsville Etnaville Shrove Ralph and Herbert voting precincts precinctsDISTRICTvoting precincts DISTRICT No 7Northand South Rockport McHenry Render acid Cool Springs voting precincts in the ThirdAppellate Judge Appellate Court District of Kentucky to be voted foe at the November election 1906 The basis of representation in each county shall be one delegate for each one hundred 100 or frac tion over fifty 50 votes cast for President Roosevelt in 1904 viz Adair 17 Anderson 10 Bullitt 6 Barren 21 Clinton 9 Casey 16 r Greene 12 Hardin 17 Hart 18 LaRue 9 Marion 12 Metcalfe llr Nelson 13 Oldham6 Pulaski 37 Russell 11 Spencer 5 Shelby 16 Taylor 11 Washington 14 Wayne 16 This May 23rd 1906 ML HEAVRIN Chairman Third Appellate Court CommitteeB r r y4